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MASSACHUSETTS 
STATE PUBLICATIONS 



1990 



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State Library of Massachusetts 



Published by the Office of the Secretary of State, 
Michael J. Connolly, Secretary 



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ISSN 04G5-1898 



Please Note 

The State Library of Massachusetts is the 
official depository for Massachusetts state 
agency publications. This checklist provides 
a listing of those publications received at 
the library during the 1990 calendar year. 

Newsletters and serials with a frequency 
greater than quarterly are not included in 
this list but are listed separately after the 
index for informational purposes and are 
available through interlibrary loan. 



Document Access 

The State Library maintains a system of state document 
depository libraries in order to provide access to state agency 
publications. The following libraries serve as document 
depositories: The Boston Public Library, Springfield City 
Library, Worcester Public Library, and the Library at the 
University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Documents listed in this 
checklist may be viewed at these libraries as well as at the 
State Library. Assistance may be obtained from the following 
staff members at the depository libraries: V. Lloyd Jameson, 
Boston Public; Ed Lonergan, Springfield City; Leonard Lucas, 
Worcester Public and William Thompson, UMASS/Amherst . In 
addition to the state depositories, the documents are also 
sent to the Library of Congress. 

Each document listed herein is microfilmed. The number at 
the end of each entry is the film access number. The State 
Library holds a microfilm subscription to the CHECKLIST , as do 
many other libraries. For more information regarding this 
commercial microfilm subscription service, contact Research 
Publications, Inc., 12 Lunar Drive, Woodbridge, CT 06525. (202) 
397-2600. 

A *** has been placed at the beginning of those entries which 
were not filmed in their entirety because of copyright problems. 

There is an index at the end of this checklist for all 
documents listed herein except for the reports of the Department 
of the State Auditor. The documents are indexed by keyword and 
accessed by page number. 



Please note that the Auditor instituted a new identification 
system at the half-way mark during the year. They are being 
labelled by the type of audit being done. The code is as 
follows: 

A-128 = Single Audit of State and Federal Funds 

EDP = Electronic Data Processing 

FG = Federal Grant 

FR = Financial Related 

FS = Financial Statement 

FU = Follow-Up 

IPA = Review of Independent Report/Workpapers 

P = Performance 

SP = Special Project 

Interlibrary loan service is available for state 
publications. Contact the State Library at (617) 727-2590 or 
write us at 3^1 State House, Boston, MA 02133- You may also 
contact the nearest depository library for details. Each state 
publication is fully cataloged and entered into the OCLC 
database. Publications are listed here under the agency name as 
it appears in OCLC and in the State Library's card catalog. 

Document Ordering Information 

The State Library and the document depositories cannot 
provide readers with personal copies of state agency 
publications. Those persons who require personal copies of the 
documents listed here must contact the agencies directly. The 
full address of each agency is supplied here for this purpose. 

Some publications are available through the State Bookstore. 
An effort has been made to indicate here those items available 
only from the Bookstore. These documents have been identified in 
their checklist entries. Regulations, subscriptions to the 
Massachusetts Register . and recently enacted laws are also 
available at the Bookstore. Contact them for mailing charges and 
availability. The State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834. 

Those items marked House or Senate Document for the current 
year only may be obtained from the Legislative Document Room, 
Room 428, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2860. 

Publications of the State Library 

The quarterly CHECKLIST and the annual Massachusetts State 
Publications . beginning with the 1989 annual, will be printed 
and distributed, on a fee basis, through the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834. 



Advisory Board on Revenue Resources and the State Economy 

c/o Executive Office for Administration and Finance, Room 373, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 ■ 

Estimate of Commonwealth Tax Receipts FYI99O, 1991 January 8, 
1990. 1990 2 p. 901/2 

Estimate of Commonwealth Tax Receipts FY1990, 1991 December 5, 
1989. 1989 2 p. 901/1 

Report, April 9, 1990. 1990 2 p. 902/1 

Report, June 6, 1990. 1990 2 p. 902/2 

Report, October 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. 904/1 

Advisory Council on Vocational-Technical Education 

294 Washington Street, Suite 353, Boston, MA 02108 

1983 Fourteenth Annual Report on Vocational Education. I983 
[var. pag.] 903/1 

1984 Fifteenth Annual Report on Vocational Education. 1984 
[var. pag.] 903/2 

Aeronautics Commission 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116-3966 

Annual Report 1987. 1987 7 p. 904/2 

Arts Lottery Council 

600 Washington Street, Suite 650, Boston, MA 02111 

Note: In January 1990, the Arts Lottery Council merged with the 
Council on the Arts and Humanities to become the Massachusetts 
Cultural Council at 80 Boylston Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 
02116 (617) 727-9605. 

Annual Report I988-89. 1990 40 p. 903/3 

The Sampler, June 1989. 1989 6 p. 903/4 

Attorney General's Office 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Report of the Attorney General for the Year Ending June 30, 
1988. n.d. 75 p. Public Document 12 902/3 

Supplement to the Report of the Attorney General for the Year 
Ending June 30, 1988. n.d 8 p. Public Document 12 903/5 



Attorney General's Office, continued 

Note: On Direct Appellate Review of a Report from the Superior 
Court 

Town of Brookline, et al., Plaintiff-Appellants v. Governor of 
the Commonwealth et al., Defendant-Appellees. By Peter Sacks n.d. 
[var. pag.] S.J.C. No. 5250 [Brief for the Defendant-Appellees 
(see also: 901/402)] 901/3 

Division of Public Charities 

Information on Sweepstakes and Charitable Giving. 1988 14 p. 
901/4 

Questions Commonly Asked to the Division of Public Charities. 

1988 7 p. 901/5 

Basic Skills Testing Program 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Chapter 188 

Massachusetts Basic Skills Tests: Summary of State Results 

1989 Update. 1990 [unpaged] 902/4 

Tests and Procedures for Basic Skills Remediation: A Handbook 
of Practices. 1989 41 p. 901/6 

Board of Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Annual Report of the Board FY88. n.d. 23 p. 903/6 

Chapter 188 Dropout Prevention Grant Program: Directory of 
Programs Funded in FY90. n.d. 22 p. 901/7 

End-of-Year Report on the Commissioner's FY89 Operational Plan, 
1989 40 p. 903/7 

Report, n.d. 26 p. [Includes executive summary and 
implementation of policies and programs of the Board] 901/8 

Report on the FY90 Capital School Construction Need in the 
Commonwealth. 1989 9 p. 903/8 

Office of Legislative Affairs 

Policy Positions Guiding Legislative Matters 1990. By Michael 
Anthony 1990 60 p. 904/3 ^ r^ n n^ /'^ 



Board of Education, continued 

Office of Planning. ' Research and Evaluation 

Massachusetts Attendance and Truancy Report 1987-1988. 1990 
[unpaged] [This is the first report.] 903/9 

Student Advisory Council 

Final Report, June 1982. 1982 5 p. 901/9 

Final Report, June 1983- 1983 [var. pag.] 901/10 

Final Report, June 1984. 1984 [var. pag.] 901/11 

Final Report, June I985. 1985 13 P- 901/12 

Final Report, June 1986. 1986 7 p. 901/13 

Final Report, June I987. 1987 10 p. 901/14 

Final Report, June I988. 1988 [unpaged] 901/15 

Final Report, June I989. 1989 11 p. 901/16 

Mid-Year Report, December 1981. I98I [var. pag.] 901/19 

Mid-Year Report, January 1983. 1983 18 p. 901/22 

Mid-Year Report, January 1984. 1984 14 p. 901/23 

Mid-Year Report, February 1985. 1985 [var. pag.] 901/20 

Mid-Year Report, February I986. I986 6 p. 901/21 

Mid-Year Report, January 1987. 1987 [var. pag.] 901/24 

Mid-Year Report, January 1988. I988 16 p. 901/25 

Mid-Year Report I988-I989, February I989. 1989 [unpaged] 
901/18 

Mid-Year Report. 1989 5 p. 901/17 

Board of Library Commissioners 

648 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215 

Long-Range Program 1991-1996. 1990 [unpaged] 904/4 

Long Term Program 1991-1996 (2nd Draft). 1990 132 p. 
902/5 



Board of Library Commissioners, continued 

Massachusetts Public Library -Data , Preliminary Report for FY90: 
Personnel. 1990 [unpaged] 903/IO . , , 

One Hundredth Annual Report FY89. 1990 30 p.' 903/11 

Strategies to Enhance Library Development in Massachusetts. 
1990 2 p. 902/6 

Board of Regents of Higher Education 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Affiliation or Merger Between Massachusetts Maritime Academy 
and Southeastern Massachusetts University: A Discussion and 
Proposal. 1989 28 p. 901/26 ^^^ 

Annual Report I989 - 1990: Long Range Plan for Public Higher 
Education in Massachusetts. 1990 8 p. 903/12 

Chancellor's Annual Report 1988 - I989: Long Range Plan for 
Public Higher Education in Massachusetts. I989 34 p. 904/5 

The CLT Petition (Question 3) and Higher Education, n.d. 6 p. 

General Scholarship Program Report FY 1988: Massachusetts 
Public Higher Education. 1989 24 p. [1st report] 901/27 

Report of Audit Results and Activities for the Regents 
Compliance Unit May 1, 1990 to October 31 i 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 

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A Report on Plans for the Future of Massachusetts Maritime 
Academy. I989 58p. 901/28 ^ , 

The Year Ahead: Maintaining Excellence in Adversity: An 
Agenda for the Board of Regents of Higher Education 1990. By 
Franklyn G. Jenifer I989 25 p. 901/29 

Compliance Unit 

75 Arlington Street, Room 530, Boston, MA 02116 

■Audit Results and Activities for the Regents Compliance Unit 
January 1, I989 through October 31, 1989. I989 [unpaged] 
901/30 

Bunker Hill Community College's Tuition Retention Program for 
the period July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. 901/31 

Cape Cod Community College's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 902/7 

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Board of Regents of Higher Education, Compliance Unit, continued 

Fitchburg State College's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 901/32 

Framingham State College's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 902/8 

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Massachusetts College of Art's Tuition Retention Program for 
the period July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989- 1990 2 p. ^^903/13/^^. 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy's Tuition Retention Program for 
the period July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 902/9 

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Middlesex Community College's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 3 p. 903/1,4 , 

Mount Wachusett Community College's Tuition Retention Program 
for the period July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 901/33 

North Adams College's Tuition Retention Program for the period 
July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 901/34 

Northern Essex Community College's Tuition Retention Program 
for the period July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 903/15 

North Shore Community College's Tuition Retention Program for 
the period of July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 902/10 

Quinsigamond Community College's Tuition Retention Program for 
the period July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. 901/35 

Review of the Board of Regents of Higher Education Non- 
Appropriated Funds. 1990 [unpaged] [In accordance with the 
"Standards for the Expenditure of Trust Funds"] 902/11 

Roxbury Community College's Participation in the Title IV 
Programs for Award Year I988/89. 1990 6 p. 901/36 

Roxbury Community College's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 3 p. 902/12 

Salem State College's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 3 p. 901/37 

Southeastern Massachusetts University's Tuition Retention 
Program for the period July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. 
902/13 ^O I ^.i-J'^^ 

University of Lowell's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 3 p. 903/16 



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Board of Regents of Higher Education, Compliance Unit, continued 

University of Massachusetts' Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 3 p. 902/14 

Westfield State College's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, I988 to June 30, '1989. 1990 2 p. 9OI/38 

Worcester State College's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 3 p. 901/39 

Division of Educational Research and Services 

Massachusetts Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System 
Summary Report I988. n.d. 125 p. 902/15 

Tuition Review Panel 

Report. 1990 19 p. 902/16 , 

Board of Registration in Dentistry 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Newsbrief 1990. 1990 2 p. 901/40 

Board of Registration in Medicine 

10 West Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report to the General Court and the Special Commission 
on Medical Malpractice, Calendar Year 1989. 1990 [var. pag.] 
903/17 

Committee on Acupuncture 

Newsletter, Spring 1990. 1990 [unpaged] 902/17 

Patient Care Assessment Unit 

Frequently-Asked Questions About Continuing Medical Education, 
n.d. 12 p. 901/41 ^ ,., 

Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salesmen 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Interpretation/Agency Disclosure Regulation. 1990 4 p. 
Memorandum: (REIPOI9O / TXLEGAL) 901/42 



Boston Metropolitan District 

101 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Report of the Trustees I986. 1987 18 p. 1987 Senate Doc 2007 
901/43 

Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

Proposed Amendments to TIP (Transportation Improvement Program) 
1990-1994. 1990 186 p. 903/18 

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) 1990 - 1994. 1989 
189 p. 904/8 

Unified Planning Work Program FY9I. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[Copies may be obtained from the State Transportation Library, 
10 Park Plaza, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02116] 904/9 

Bridgewater Treatment Center 

Box 554, Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Research Department 

MTC : CM3 Child Molester Classification System: Decision 
Making Criteria, n.d. [unpaged] 901/44 

Bristol Community College 

777 Elsbree Street, Fall River, MA 02720-7395 

Catalog 1990-91. n.d. 117 p. 903/19 

Bunker Hill Community College 

New Rutherford Avenue, Boston, MA 02129 

Bunker Hill Community College Catalog, n.d. 17 p. 902/18 

Dental Assisting, n.d. 2 p. 902/19 

Electronic Technology Digital Optical, n.d. 2 p. 902/20 

Graphic and Visual Communication, n.d. 2 p. 902/21 

Liberal Arts: English as a Second Language Option, n.d. 2 p. 
902/22 

Medical Radiography, n.d. 2 p. 902/23 



Bunker Hill Community College, continued 

Nuclear Medicine Technology. " n.d. 2 p. 902/24 

Bureau of Adult Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Adult Basic Education Directory July 1, I989 - June 30, 1990 
n.d. 150 p. 903/20 

Bureau of Child and Adolescent Health Programs 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Revisions in "Health in Day Care Manual". 1989 6 p. 
[See also: 883/262] 901/45 

Bureau of Community Health Services 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Women ' s Health Division 

Shattering the Myths: Sexual Assault in Massachusetts 
1985-1987. By Candace Waldron et al. 1990 54 p. 903/21 

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Bureau of Early Childhood Programs 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Annual Report FY90. By Carole Curtin et al. n.d. 208 p. 
904/10 

Chapter 188 Early Childhood Grant Program & Early Childhood 
Special Education Allocation Program: FY89 Program Abstracts, 
n.d. 133 p. 901/46 

Bureau of Equity and Language Services 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Common Competencies: The Promise of Linguisitic Diversity. 
1990 50 p. 904/11 ^'^ ^ . ^-^ 

The Many Voices of Education for Bilingual Students in 
Massachusetts. By Maria Estela Brisk et al. 1990 48 p. 



Bureau of Health Statistics, Research and Evaluation 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Advance Data: Deaths I988. By Joan L. Gancarski I990 41 p. 
902/25 

Cancer Incidence Among Massachusetts Firefighters I982-I986. 
1990 16 p. 901/47 ^F^rs CiC/zi 

Cancer Incidence in Massachusetts I982-I986. By Clare M. Mahan 
et al. 1990 85 p. [In conjunction with the Massachusetts Cancer 
Registry] 901/48 ,^ ^ ^O-A OQ ■, CIC /3 / <^ -^^"^Q 

The Elderly in Massachusetts: Demographic and Mortality 
Characteristics. 1990 24 p. Chartbook Series on Massachusetts 
Elders: Volume 3 902/26 

Health Resources Statistics Unit 

Elderly Residents of Massachusetts Nursing and Rest Homes: A 
Profile. 1989 48 p. Chartbook Series on Massachusetts Elders, 
Volume 2 901/49 HS^O . a. oT» : ^ L3.3/3^ 

The Oldest Old in Massachusetts I9OO - 2050. 1990 26 p. 
Chartbook Series on Massachusetts Elders, Volume 4 903/22 

Bureau of Parent, Child and Adolescent Health 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Early Childhood Transportation in Massachusetts. I989 1 p. 
901/50 

Injuries in Massachusetts: A Data Source Book. By Kathleen Helsing 

et al. 1990 105 p. 903/23 .^ ^.^ 

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Office of statistics and Evaluation 

Nutrition Counts: Massachusetts Nutrition Surveillance System 
FY89 Annual Report. By Jean L. Wiecha et al. 1990 27 p. 903/24 

Bureau of Plant Pest Control 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Directory of Certified Massachusetts Greenhouses and Nurseries 
1989-1990. n.d. 20 p. 901/51 



Bureau of School Nutrition Services 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA. 02169 

Child and Adult Care Food Program: Massachusetts Directory 
of Family Day Care Sponsors FY90. 1990 [unpaged] 902/27 

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New Directions in Nutrition Education and School Food Service, 
vol. 1, no. 1, June 1990« 1990 8 p. 903/25 

Nutrition Update: Preventing Young Children from Choking on 
Food. 1989 12 p. 901/52 

Bureau of Solid Waste Disposal 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

The Evaluation and Selection of the Northeastern Massachusetts 
Regional Resource Recovery System Contractor, Revision 1. 1976 
64 p. 903/26 

Bureau of Special Education Appeals 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Appeals Decisions, Vol. 41. 1990 413 p. 903/27 

Appeals News, Volume 12, Spring 1990. 1990 40 p. 902/28 

Bureau of State Office Buildings 

Room 10, State House, Boston, MA 02133 ^ 

State House Flag Project, November 1990. 1990 4 p. 
[1st issue] 904/13 

Bureau of Student Development and Health 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Chapter 188 Essential Skills Dropout Prevention Program FY89 
(Final Report), n.d. 8 p. 901/53 

A Guide in Reviewing Student Handbooks. 1990 [var.pag.] 
903/28 

Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

List of Confirmed Disposal Sites and Locations To Be Investigated 
1990. 1990 [var. pag.] [This publication will be produced only 
once during 1990.] 901/54 



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Cancer Registry 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Childhood Cancer in Massachusetts 1982-1986. 1989 41 p. 
901/55 

Cape Cod Community College 

Route 132, West Barnstable, MA 02668 

Center for Business & Industry 

1990 The Year-Round Economy on Cape Cod and the Islands. 
1990 43 p. 903/29 

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Cape Cod Planning and Economic Development Commission 

1st District Court House, Barnstable, MA 02630 

Cape Cod Traffic Counting Report for 1989. 1990 200 p. 
903/30 

Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority 

585 Main Street, Old Dennis Court, P.O. Box 2006, Dennis, MA 02638 

Annual Report I989. n.d. 15 p. 901/56 

Capital Resource Company 

420 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Annual Report I988. n.d. 16 p. 903/31 
Annual Report I989. n.d. 16 p. 903/32 

Capitol Police 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol Police, 
February 1989. 1989 1 p. 903/33 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol Police, 
June 1989. 1989 1 p. 903/35 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol Police, 
February 1990. 1990 2 p. 903/34 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol Police, 
June 1990. 1990 2 p. 903/36 



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Capitol Police, continued 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol Police, 
Vol. I, Issue 1, "Accreditation Progress", September 1988. I988 
1 p. 903/37 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol Police, 
Vol. II, Issue 3, "Crime", October 1988. 1988 1 p. 903/38 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol Police, 
Vol. II, Issue 3, "Crime Prevention", October I988. I988 1 p. 
903/39 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol Police, 
Vol. II, Issue 3, "Have a Complaint?", October I988. I988 1 p. 
903/40 

Centers of Excellence Corporation 

9 Park Street, Boston, MA 02108-4807 

Annual Report I988-89. n.d. 20 p. 904/14 

Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission 

340 Main Street, Suite 747, Worcester, MA 01608 

Annual Report 1988-89. n.d. 9 p. 903/41 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 13 p. 904/15 

Newsletter, Fall I989. 1989 6 p. 901/57 

The Regional, Newsletter, Summer 1990. 1990 8 p. 903/42 

Christopher Columbus Quincentennial Commission 

Room 314, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

***AIDS Strategy Book: A management resource developed for local 
government leaders to use as a guide for directing our Massachusetts 
communities as we learn about, confront, and respond to the 
realities of living with AIDS. 1990 418 p. 904/16 

Citizen Information Service 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Citizen's Guide to State Services: A Selective Listing of 
Governmental Agencies and Programs, 5th Edition (Corrections 
9/90). 1990 19 p. 904/17 



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Civil Defense Agency and Office of Emergency Preparedness 

400 Worcester Road, P.O. Box 1496, Framingham, MA 01701 

Metropolitan Boston Area Earthquake Loss Study. 1989 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by URS Consultants, Inc. /John A. Blume 
& Associates, Engineers] 901/58 

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Metropolitan Boston Area Earthquake Loss Study: Loss Analysis 
Committee Report and Recommendations. 1990 [var. pag.] 901/59 

Coastal Zone Management Office 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2006 Boston, MA 02202 

Coastal Brief, No. 5, May 1990. COASTSWEEP '89, Report on 
the Massachusetts Coastal Cleanup Effort. 1990 12 p. 902/29 

Commission on Judicial Conduct 

14 Beacon Street, Suite 102, Boston, MA 02108 

Inquiry Concerning a Judge (Monte G. Basbas). n.d. [var. 
pag.] No. 86-98 901/60 

Inquiry Concerning a Judge (Monte G. Basbas): Report and 
Recommendation of the Commission. 1989 5 p. [No. 86-98] 901/61 

Committee on Criminal Justice 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Drug Enforcement Strategy. 1990 109 p. 901/62 
Statistical Analysis Center 

Impact of Drug Offenders on County Houses of Correction. 
By William M. Holmes et al. 1989 [var. pag.] 901/63 

G a, ^' X.r,^l 

Legal Dispositions and Videotaping of Drunk Drivers. By 
William M. Holmes et al. 1989 45 p. . 901/64 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement March 1988. 
1988 6 p. 901/70 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement September 1988. 

1988 8 p. 901/69 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement January 1989. 

1989 8 p. 901/65 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement March I989. 1989 
6 p. 901/67 



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Committee on Criminal Justice, Statistical Analysis Center. 
continued ■ 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement June I989. I989 
12 p. 901/66 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement October I989. 

1989 8 p. 901/68 

The Networker, April 1990. 1990 5 p. 902/30 

Commonwealth Literacy Corps 

100 Nashua Street, Boston, MA 02114 

InteraRency Literacy Group 

Survey of Literacy Resources in Massachusetts: Report. 

1990 [var. pag.] 902/31 ^^ 

Commonwealth Museum 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Birds-Eye View of Massachusetts: Teacher Materials, Revised 
Edition. 1990 20 p. 904/18 

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By What Right... The Constitution and Civil Liberties: An 
Exhibit Supplement for Educators (Preliminary Draft). 1987 14 p. 
904/19 

Community Celebrations: Massachusetts Bands, Fairs and Ceremonies. 
By Barbara Robinson 1990 20 p. 904/20 

Creating Community: The African Experience in Massachusetts. 
By Barbara Robinson n.d. 62 p. [For the Celebration of the 
350th Anniversary of A Black Presence in Massachusetts] 904/21 

Deborah Sampson Gannett (1760-1827) America's First Woman 
Soldier: A Source Booklet (Draft). By Eleanor Wachs n.d. 36 p. 

A Primer on Local History Research: The Ratification Project 
Model. 1990 50 p. [In conjunction with the John Hancock 
Student Project on Massachusetts Ratification of the U.S. 
Constitution] 904/23 r. n.^ 

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Resources for Women's Studies. By Barbara Robinson 1990 18 p. 

The View at Columbia Point: A Self-Guiding Tour. By Barbara 
Robinson and Samuel Rubin I990 18 p. 904/25 

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Community Antenna Television Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Cable Television System Status Report. 1990 
59 p. [Subscriber count for the years 1984-89] 904/26 

Community Development Finance Corporation 

10 Post Office Square, Suite 1090, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report 1989. n.d. [unpaged] 901/71 
CDFC News, Winter 1987. 1987 4 p. 902/32 
CDFC News, Winter 1990. 1990 4 p. 904/27 

Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation 

19 Temple Place, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report 1979. 1979 [var. pag.] 901/72 

Annual Report 1980. 1980 [var. pag.] 901/73 

Annual Report 1981. 1981 [var. pag.] 901/74 

Annual Report 1982. 1982 33 p. 901/75 

Annual Report 1983. 1983 [var. pag.] 901/76 

Annual Report 1984. 1984 13 p. 901/77 

Annual Report 1985. 1985 [unpaged] 901/78 

Annual Report 1986. 1986 16 p. 901/79 

Annual Report 1987. 1987 [var. pag.] 901/80 

Annual Report 1988. 1988 [var. pag.] 901/81 

CEDAC INSITES, Fall 1989: Special Annual Report FY89. 1989 
12 p. 901/82 

Convention Center Authority 

800 Boylston Street, Prudential Tower 225, Boston, MA 02199 

An Assessment of the Impact of the John B. Hynes Veterans 
Memorial Convention Center on the Economy of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts in 1989. 1990 10 p. [Prepared by Bell 
Associates, Inc.] 902/33^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ , ^^ 7<,/<„ ^ 



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Convention Center Authority, continued 

Marketing Department 

Massmeetings , vol. 5, no. 1, Winter 1990. 1990 4 p. 
[Includes insert on ASAE in Boston] 901/83 

Massmeetings, vol. 5, no. 2, Spring 1990. 1990 4 p. 
902/34 

Massmeetings, vol. 5, no. 3, Autumn 1990. 1990 8 p. 
904/28 

Corporations Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

1989 Third Quarterly Report. 1989 351 p. 901/85 

1989 Fourth Quarterly Report. 1990 329 p. 901/84 

1990 First Quarterly Report. 1990 459 P- 903/43 
1990 Second Quarterly Report. 1990 368 p. 903/44 
1990 Third Quarterly Report. 1990 324 p. 904/29 



Council for Public Justice 

20 West Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Assessment of the Massachusetts Probation System: Public Review 
Process, Final Report May 1988. 1988 18 p. 903/45 

Conference Report: Dispute Resolution in Massachusetts. 1986 

21 p. [Conference held May 28, 1986 in Boston] 903/46 

Court Reorganization: Three Years and Counting. 1982 82 p. 
[Conference Document March 31, 1982] 903/47 

Council on the Arts and Humanities 

80 Boylston Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02116 

Note: In January 1990, the Council on the Arts and Humanities 
merged with the Arts Lottery Council to become the Massachusetts 
Cultural Council. 

A Design Primer for Cities and Towns. By Anne Mackin and Alex 
Krieger 1989 80 p. 901/86 



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Criminal Justice Training Council 

1155 Central Avenue, Needham, MA 02192 

Accident Management and Investigation Manual: Massachusetts 
State Police. I989 [var. pag.] 901/87 

Constitutional Law Workbook. By Kathleen M. O'Toole I989 
[var. pag.] 901/88 

Course Schedule January - June 1990. 1990 35 p. 901/89 

Drug Enforcement Handbook, n.d. 239 p. [Handbook prepared 
by the U.S. Department of Justice and reproduced by the State 
Printer/Purchasing Agent] 901/90 

Drug Enforcement Manual. 1990 301 p. 904/31 

DWI Detection and Standardized Field SoWiety Testing: 
Student Manual. I989 56 p. 901/91 

Infrared Breath Test Instructor's Manual. I989 152 p. 
901/92 

Northeast Regional Police Institute, Tewksbury: In-Service 
Training Program 1989/1990. I989 178 p. 901/93 

Inservice Curriculum 1990 - 1991. 1990 114 p. 904/30 

Use of Force Lesson Plan Outline (Student Outline): Appendix #1 
1990 [var. pag.] 904/32 

Cultural Council 

80 Boylston Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02116 

Note: In January 1990, the Arts Lottery Council merged with the 
Council on the Arts and Humanities to become the Massachusetts 
Cultural Council. 

Massachusetts Cultural Council, January 1990. 1990 4 p. 
903/48 

Massachusetts Cultural Council, July 1990. 1990 4 p. 
903/49 



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Department of Community Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 
See also: Executive Office of Communities and Development 

CARD Plans: Emergency Rules and Regulations (Commercial Area 
Revitalization District Plans). 1978 10 p. 903/50 

Department of Correction 

100 Cambridge Street, 21st floor, Boston, MA 02108 

1988 Court Commitments to the Massachusetts Department of 
Correction. By Lisa Lorant and Robert Tenaglia 1989 69 p. 
Publication No. 343 902/35 

1988 Fourth Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 
1989 9 p. 903/51 

1989 First Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 
1989 9 p. 903/52 

1989 Second Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 
1989 9 p. 903/54 

1989 Third Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 

1989 9 p. 903/55 

1989 Fourth Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 

1990 9 p. 903/53 

1990 First Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 
1990 9 p. 903/56 

1990 Second Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 
1990 9 p. 903/57 

Annual Statistical Report of the Furlough Program I987. 1988 
47 p. Publication No. 334 902/36 

Annual Statistical Report of the Furlough Program I988. By 
Lisa Lorant and Robert Tenaglia I989 46 p. Publication No. 345 
902/37 

Appendix to Report: Statistical Tables Describing the Background 
Characteristics and Recidivism Rates for Releases from Massachusetts 
Pre-Release Facilities during I987. By Lisa Lorant 1990 139 p. 
Publication No. 349 903/58 

Correctional Alcohol Treatment Centers: An Impact Evaluation. 
By Julie M. Nardone and Michael W. Forcier I989 47 p. 
Publication No. 344 901/94 



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Department of Correction, continued 

Court Commitment's to Massachusetts County Facilities during 
1988. By Linda K. Holt 1990 37 p. Publication No. 347 
903/59 

A Demographic Description of CORI Petitioners of DOC Inmates. 
By Michael A. White 1990 26 p. Publication No. 351 903/60 

H S 7 , Si ; D ?- H 

The Effect of Community Reintegration on Rates of Recidivism: 
A Statistical Overview of Data for the Years 1971 Through 1987. 
By Daniel P. Leclair 1990 32 p. Publication No. 350 903/61 

Evaluation of Substance Abuse Programming at MCI-Cedar Junction 
Volume 2; Impact Evaluation of the Program Unit for Substance 
Abusers. By Ann Marie Rocheleau and Michael W. Forcier 1989 
65 p. Publication No. 339 901/95 

Review of Current Research 1989- By Michael White 1990 27 p. 
902/38 

A Statistical Description of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions during 1987. By Lisa Lorant 1989 
143 p. Publication No. 337 901/96 

A Statistical Description of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions during 1988. By Lisa Lorant and 
Robert Tenaglia 1990 196 p. Publication No. 354 904/33 

A Statistical Description of Residents of Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions on January 1, I989. By Linda K. Holt 
1989 130 p. Publication No. 342 901/97 

A Statistical Description of residents of Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutional Institutions on January 1, 1990. 
By Linda K. Holt 1990 234 p. Publication No. 353 904/34 

Statistical Tables Describing the Background Characteristics 
and Recidivism Rates for Releases from Massachusetts Correctional 
Institutions during I986. By Linda Holt and Lisa Lorant I989 
153 p. Publication No. 340 901/98 

Statistical Tables Describing the Background Characteristics 
and Recidivism Rates for Releases from Massachusetts Correctional 
Institutions during 1987. By Lisa Lorant 1990 155 p. 
Publication No. 348 903/62 

Statistical Tables Describing the Background Characteristic 
and Recidivism Rates for Releases from Massachusetts Pre-Release 
Facilities during I986: Appendix. By Lisa Lorant 1989 139 p. 
Publication No. 341 901/99 



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Department of Correction, continued 

Testing the Implementation of a Point-Based Classification 
System: A Comparison of DOC Initial Classifications with the NIC 
Model Systems Approach. By Michael W. Forcier and Michael White 

1989 44 p. Publication No. 336 901/100 

Vocational Aptitudes and Interests of a Population of Female 
Inmates MCI-Framingham. By Daryl Costos I98I [var. pag.] 
902/39 

Research Division 

Hispanic Offenders in the DOC: A Statistical Description. 
By Linda K. Holt and Ramon Raagas I989 9 p. 901/101 

Department of Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Comprehensive Health Education and Human Services: Draft 
Program Standards. 1990 29 p. 902/40 

c o arc^ ■, C7S :i 

End-of-Year Report on the Commissioner's FY88 Operational Plan, 
1988 55 p. 904/35 

End-of Year Report on the Commissioner's FY90 Operational Plan, 

1990 13 p. 904/36 

FY87 Chapter 188 Essential Skills Dropout Prevention 
Discretionary Grant Program: Directory of Programs Funded by 
the Massachusetts Board of Education, n.d. 20 p. 902/41 

FY88 Chapter 188 Essential Skills Dropout Prevention 
Discretionary Grant Program: Directory of Programs Funded by 
the Massachusetts Board of Education, n.d. 18 p. 902/42 

FY89 Chapter 188 Essential Skills Dropout Prevention 
Discretionary Grant Program: Directory of Programs Funded by 
the Massachusetts Board of Education, n.d. 22 p. 902/43 

Keeping Your Children in School, n.d. 1 p. 901/102 

Images of the Future: Proposed Visions for Public Education 
in Massachusetts in the 21st Century. By Susan Freedman et al. 
1990 25 P. 903/63 E D ai,^ •. X...^ 

McKinney Homeless Assistance Act: Education of Homeless 
Children and Youth, n.d. 1 p. 901/103 

Memorandum: Consolidation of DOE Regional Centers into Four 
Regions. 1990 [unpaged] 901/104 



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Department of Education, continued 

Public Education- in Massachusetts: A Broken Promise, Impact 
of FY90 Budget Reduction (Addendum) . 1 990 12 p. [See also: 
894/52] 901/105 

Report on Parent Involvement in Education: Interviews with 
Representatives of the Department of Education and Institutions 
of Higher Education. 1988 12 p. 904/37 

School Directory 1989-90. 1990 81 p. [Formerly called 
Massachusetts Schools] 903/64 

Working with Homeless Families: Strategies for School Personnel 
n.d. 3 p. 901/106 



Boston/Chelsea Urban Tea 



m 



After One Year. 1990 [unpaged] 904/38 

Bureau of Data Collection and Processing 

Distribution of High School Graduates Class of 1988. n.d. 
[unpaged] 902/44 

Per Pupil Expenditure 1987-1988. n.d. [var. pag.] 901/107 

Per Pupil Expenditures by Program 1988 - 1989. 1990 [var. 
pag.] 903/65 

Chapter 622 Project 

Excerpts of Curriculum on Women (Draft). 1990 [unpaged] 

901/108 ^ox^.-^: Gx:^^:/- 

Greater Boston Regional Education Center 

Volume I Academic Districts: Service Delivery Profile 
Highlights July 1, 1988 - January, 1990. 1990 93 p. 902/45 

Volume II Vocational Districts/Collaboratives: Service 
Delivery Profile Highlights July 1, 1988 - January, 1990. 1990 
111 p. 902/46 

Office of Community Education 

Chapter 727: Carne&ie Schools (Documentation). By Sabra 
Price 1988 [unpaged] 904/39 

Focus on Parents: Strategies for Increasing the Involvement 
of Underrepresented Families in Education. 1989 43 p. 



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Department of Education, Office of Community Education . continued 

Parent-School Collaboration: A Compendium of Strategies for 
Parent Involvement. 1990 78 p. _ 903/67 

Parents and Schools: A Critical Resour6e Link. 1990 22 p. 
[Includes Attachment A - Summary Report on Parent Involvement 
Interviews I988] 903/68 . , /^ 

EO 'f'^. ^■•^--' !^- 

Parents-As-Teachers: A Statewide and National Resource Guide 
(Revised February 1990). 1990 15 p. 902/47 

School-Based Improvement: Implications for Superintendents' 
^.eadership. I989 24 p. [Documentation of a Two-Day Working 
Conference March 22, 1989 and May 3, 19891 901/109 

Office of Legislative Affairs 

Legislative Proposals 1990. 1990 28 p. 902/49 

Office of Media Relations and Public Information 

Facts about Massachusetts School September 1989- 1989 

7 p. 901/110 

Facts About Massachusetts Schools. By Marie Fricker 1990 

8 p. 904/40 

Office of Planning. Research and Evaluation 

Bulletin, No. 27, January I989. 1989 2 p. 902/50 

Bulletin, No. 28, September I989. 1989 2 p. 902/51 

Bulletin, No. 29, March 1990. 1990 2 p. 902/52 

Bulletin, No. 30, September 1990. 1990 2 p. 903/70 

Dropout Rates in Massachusetts Public Schools I989. By Jeff 
Nellhaus 1990 42 p. 904/41 _ ^ /n o -^ 

tP AS, 9. *• 1"^ L' ^' 

state and Federal Grants for Massachusetts Schools: A Snapshot 
of Support for Public Education FY90. By Barbara Brauner Berns et 
al. 1990 129 P. 903/71 ^ ^^o.^\ 'i\ ^"^ 

Office of Student Services 

FY88 Chapter 188 Essential Skills Dropout Prevention Grant 
Program: Final Report, n.d. 16 p. 902/53 

£0 a. l.'i- C '^^^ //t) /^^ ^ 

Leading the Way: A Handbook for Student Government Officers. 
By Deborah L. Weil n.d. 46 p. 902/54 

f ^''^^ L^^ 



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Department of Employment and Training 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 
See also: Division of Employment Security 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts and the Major Metropolitan 
Statistical Areas: Annual Averages 1984-1988. n.d. 70 p. 
902/55 /v\fta.,9i', €^ 72>/s. 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts' Cities and Towns 1980- 
1988. n.d. 183 p. 902/56 

Employment and Wages State Summary 1988. n.d. 30 p. 902/57 

Massachusetts Women's Resource Directory 1990. 1990 79 p. 
903/72 KiA'^,:^' ^^S^2/^ 

An Occupational Profile of Services, Finance, Insurance, 
Real Estate and Construction in Massachusetts 1987. By Benedicta 
Tugbeh and Eleanor White 1989 295 p. 901/115 

Telephone Directory. By Theresa Morris and Daniel Cappucci 
n.d. [unpaged] 902/58 

Center for Labor Market Studies 

Berkshire SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings of 
Employers, n.d. 33 p. 903/73 

Boston SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings of 
Employers, n.d. 153 P- 902/60 

Bristol SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings of 
Employers, n.d. 53 p. 903/74 

Brockton SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings of 
Employers, n.d. 39 p. 903/75 

Career Choice in a Changing Economy, n.d. 35 p. 902/59 

Franklin/Hampshire SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings 
of Employers, n.d. 42 p. 903/76 

Hampden SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings of 
Employers, n.d. 84 p. 903/77 

Lower Merrimack Valley SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address 
Listings of Employers, n.d. 52 p. 903/78 

A Marketing Approach to Job Development and Placement. By Paul 
E. Harrington et al. n.d. 34 p.. , .902/61 

Massachusetts Occupational Outlook: A Guide to Selected 
Opportunities in the Massachusetts Economy. 1989 329 P- 902/62 

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Department of Employment and Training, Center for Labor Market 
Studies . continued 

Metro North SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings 
of Employers. n.d. 148 p. 903/79 

Metro Southwest SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings 
of Employers, n.d. 189 p. 903/80 

New Bedford/Cape Cod SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address 
Listings of Employers, n.d. 93 p. 903/81 

Northern Middlesex SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address 
Listings of Employers, n.d. 38 p. 903/82 

Northern Worcester SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address 
Listings of Employers, n.d. 46 p. 903/83 

South Coastal SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings 
of Employers, n.d. 85 p. 903/84 

Southern Essex SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address Listings 
of Employers, n.d. 78 p. 903/85 

Southern Worcester SDA The Job Guide: Name and Address 
Listings of Employers, n.d. 94 p. 903/86 

Economic Research and Analysis Service 

March 1988 Employment in Establishments Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and 
Employment by Size Groups. 1988 4 p. 903/87 

March I989 Employment in Establishments Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and 
Employment by Size Groups. 1990 5 p. 903/88 

Field Research Service 

Adjusting to Changes in Defense Spending: A Report to the 
Legislature. I989 53 p. 901/111 

Adjusting to Changes in Defense Spending: A Report to the 
Legislature (Executive Summary). I989 6 p. 901/112 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Berkshire Service Delivery 
Area. By Sally Currier 1990 87 p. 904/42 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Brockton Service Delivery 
Area. By Jack Hearth 1990 85 p. 904/43 



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Department of Employment and Training, Field Research Service. 
continued 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Franklin/Hampshire 
Service Delivery Area. By Jack Hearth 1990 85 p. 904/44 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Lower Merrimack Valley 
Service Delivery Area. By Bernard J. Burns 1990 87 p. 
904/45 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Metro North Service 
Delivery Area. By Dorothy R. Sullivan 1990 91 p. 904/46 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the New Bedford, Cape Cod and 
Islands Service Delivery Area. By Gerald Fahey 1990 91 p. 
904/47 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Northern Middlesex Service 
Delivery Area. By Bernard J. Burns 1990 84 p. 904/48 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Northern Worcester Service 
Delivery Area. By Jeffrey C. Smith 1990 88 p. 904/49 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Southern Essex Service 
Delivery Area. By Gerald Fahey 1990 87 p. 904/50 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Southern Worcester Service 
Delivery Area. By Jeffrey C. Smith 1990 91 p. 904/51 

Defense Industry Profile. 1989 15 p. 901/113 

Defense Industry Profile (Executive Summary). 1989 2 p. 

Field Service Research 

Employment Trends: Boston PMSA 1980 to 1989. 1990 [var. pag.] 
903/89 

Employment Trends: Massachusetts 1980 to 1988. 1989 40 p. 
902/63 

Occupational Employment Statistics Unit 

An Occupational Profile of Trade, Transportation, 
Communication and Utilities in Massachusetts 1988. By Catherine 
Foley and Benedicta Tugbeh 1990 141 p. ,901/116 



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Department of Employment and Training, continued 
"See also: Division of Employment Security 

Occupational Information Coordinating Committee 

Careers and Training in the Allied Health Field. By Dorothy 
R. Sullivan I989 111 p. [For additional copies contact: 
Massachusetts Occupational Information Coordinating Committee, 
Charles F. Hurley Building, 2nd floor, Government Center, 19 
Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114 (617)727-6718] 901/117 

ff- K 0. , c^, '. C I ^7: i 3. 

Directory of Licensed Occupations in 'Massachusetts . I989 
95 p. 902/64 tAf.^,:i-D^^ 

Who to Call in Employment, Education and Training: A Guide to 
Information and Technical Resources in Massachusetts. I989 
111 p. 902/65 

State Advisory Council 

Quarterly Report April 1 - June 30, 1989- 1989 1 P- 
901/118 

Quarterly Report July 1 - September 30, I989. 1989 1 P- 
901/119 



Department of Environmental Management 

too Cambridge Street, 19th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Bicycle Advisory Board 

225 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02114 




Report June 1989. 1989 Cvar. pag.] 

Trails Program 

225 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02214 

The Warner Trail through Norfolk County. By Mead Bradner 
1988 [unpaged] 904/52 



Department of Environmental Protection 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency was previously called DEQE (Department 
of Environmental Quality Engineering) 

Finding Your Way Through D.E.P. I989 62 p. [901/120] 

Report on the Blackstone Project FY90. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[In conjunction with the Department of Environmental Management] 
903/90 gf:iaO .3'. F ^^ f^^O 



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Department of Environmental Protection, continued 
Note: This department was previously called DEQE (Department 
of Environmental Quality Engineering) 

The Solid Waste Management Resource Guide for Massachusetts 
Schools. 1990 [var. pag.] 903/91 

^ f< ^. o A • :5(2.H'\ 

"Toward a System of Integrated Solid Waste Management": The 
Commonwealth Master Plan. 1990 75 p. [See also: 884/263 and 
894/263] Note: Previous reports were released by the Division 
of Solid Waste Management See also: Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering 902/68 

Bureau of Municipal Facilities 

Application for Financial Assistance Water Pollution Abatement 
Facilities Construction Stage, September 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 

Office of Research and Standards 

The Chemical Health Effects Assessment Methodology and the 
Method to Derive Allowable Ambient Limits, Volume I. 1990 196 p. 
Publication No. 90-1 903/92 

The Chemical Health Effects Assessment Methodology and the 
.Method to Derive Allowable Ambient Limits, Volume II. I990 [var. 
pag.] Publication No. 90-1 903/93 

Siting Policy Task Force 

Final Report on Hazardous Waste Facility Siting Process 
Improvements. I990 10 p. 904/54 

Department of Environmental Quality Engineering 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency has been changed to the Department of 
Environmental Protection 

A Mass-Balance Nitrate Model for Predicting the Effects of 
Land Use on Ground-Water Quality. By Michael H. Frimpter et al. 
1990 [var. pag.] U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 88-493 
[Copies of this report can be purchased from: Books and Open-File 
Reports Section, U.S. Geological Survey, Box 25425, Federal Center, 
Denver, CO 80225] 902/67 



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Department of Fisheries and Wildlife & Environmental Law Enforcement 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

***An Atlas of Massachusetts River Systems: Environmental Designs 
for the Future. 1990 87 p. 902/69 

£: fi 3 4 . i ■, y-^ -t 1^ £ 

NEWS, Summer/Fall 1990. 1990 8 p. 904/55 
Massachusetts Offshore Groundfish Task Force 

New England Groundfish In Crisis — Again. 1990 33 P- 

Riverways Program 

Conservation Works: The Ecological and Economic Benefits of 
Conserving Water (A Working Paper). By Judith J. Wagner and 
Russell A. Cohen 1990 11 p. 904/56 

Department of Food and Agriculture 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Farmviews, Summer 1990. 1990 6 p. 903/94 

Massachusetts Agriculture 1987. By Chris Phillips and Diane 
Baedeker n.d. 99 p. 901/121 

Massachusetts Agriculture 1988. 1990 111 p. [Annual Report] 
903/95 

Bureau of Farm Products 

1990 Massachusetts Farmers' Market Listing. 1990 4 p. 
901/122 

Feed, Seed and Fertilizer Report 1989. 1990 62 p. 903/96 

For Those of Us Who Don't Know Beans About Greens, n.d. 
[unpaged] 901/123 

The Green Book: A Directory of Wholesale Growers of 
Massachusetts Grown and Fresher Products. 1990 79 p. 901/ 
124 



Department of Industrial Accidents 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Employer's Guide to Worker's Compensation. 1990 [unpaged] 
903/97 ^fvBii.5l, £^^7/ 



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Department of Industrial Accidents, continued 

Your Guide to Workers' Compensation Law. n.d. 26 p. 
903/98 ^9,n.'X\Gy<-t 

Advisory Council 

Report on Competitive Rating June I989. I989 [var. pag.] 
901/125 

Department of Labor and Industries 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

An Act Relative to Corporate Takeover Interpretations-Policies 
-Guidelines. 1990 12 p. 902/70 

Application of the Asbestos Work Notification Requirements to 
Public Utilities. I987 4 p. Policy No. A87III [453 CMR 6.12] 

Asbestos Training or License Fees. I989 2 p. Policy No. 8903 
904/59 

Policy Statement Concerning Employment Experience Requirement 
of Prospective Asbestos Abatement Project Monitors. I988 2 p. 
Policy No. 8902 [453 CMR 6.07 (5)1 904/60 

Policy Statement Concerning Entry into Asbestos Abatement Work 
Sites. 1989 2 p. Policy No. 8908 [453 CMR 6.14 (2) (f)] 
904/61 

Policy Statement Concerning Removal of Floor Tiles Containing 
Asbestos. 1988 1 p. Policy No. 8842 [453 CMR 6.00] 
904/62 

Policy Statement Concerning the Collection of Air Samples. 

1988 1 p. Policy No. 8901 [453 CMR 6.00] 904/63 

Policy Statement Concerning the Remedial Training for Asbestos 
Workers Seeking to Become Certified as Supervisors/Forepersons. 

1989 2 p. Policy No. 8907 [453 CMR 6.00] 904/64 

Policy Statement Concerning Work Operations Involving Suspended 
(or False) Ceilings under Friable Spray-Applied Asbestos Surfaces. 
1989 2 p. Policy No. 8905 [453 CMR 6.00] 904/65 

Policy Statement on the Effect of the Expiration of a License 
or the Refusal to Renew a License on Asbestos Removal Projects. 

1989 2 p. Policy No. A89O6 [453 CMR 6.04 (4) (a)] 904/66 

Policy Statement Regarding Covering of Lead-Contaminated Exterior, 

1990 1 p. Policy LP-5 [454 CMR 22.00] 904/67 



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Department of Labor and Industries, continued 

Policy Statement" Regarding Deleading Certification: Scope and 
Effective Date. 1989 1 p. Policy LP-1 [454 CMR 22.00] 
904/68 

Policy Statement Regarding Medical Monitoring. I989 1 p. 
Policy LP-4 [454 CMR 22.00] 904/69 

Policy Statement Regarding Replacement (Lead Paint). I989 1 p. 
Policy LP-3 [454 CMR 22.07 (e)] 904/70 

Policy Statement Regarding Ventilation. I989 1 p. Policy LP-2 
[454 CMR 22.00] 904/71 

Standards for Denial, Revocation, Suspension or Refusal to 
Renew Asbestos License or Certificate. I989 5 p. Policy No. 8904 
[453 CMR 6.04 - 6.09] 904/72 

Department of Manpower Development 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

The Characteristics and CETA Experiences of Older Workers in 
Massachusetts. By Jacqueline Granville and Edward Meehan I98O 
50 p. 902/71 

Comprehensive Employment and Training Plan for Special Grants 
to Governor's Grant Application FY82. I98I [var. pag.] 
901/126 

Comprehensive Employment and Training Plan for Special Grants 
to Governor's Grant Application FY83. 1982 [var. pag.] 
901/127 

Comprehensive Employment and Training Plan FY82 for Special 
Grants to Governor's No: 25-1-057GG, 25-1-057-46 FY82 (Modification 
No. 1). 1982 [var. pag.] 901/128 

Determinants of Job Placement CETA Institutional Skill Training 
Programs in Massachusetts. By Peter Jackson 1978 31 p. 
901/129 

The Development and Use of Local Evaluation Systems: An 
Employment and Training Perspective First Year Report (Draft). 
By Jeffrey J. Zornitsky et al. n.d. 250 p. 902/72 

The Development and Use of Local Evaluation Systems: An 
Employment and Training Perspective. By Jeffrey J. Zornitsky et al, 
1982 [var. pag.] First Year Report [Prepared for U.S. Department 
of Labor, Intra Agency Agreement No. B23-25-78-08] 901/130 



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Department of Manpower Development, continued 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

DMD Property Control System: Policies and Procedures Manual. 
1980 [var. pag.] 901/131 

Enhancing Skills Training for Economic Development: Pre- 
Application to the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development 
Administration for a Project to Develop Regional Skills Training 
Centers in Massachusetts. 1979 136 p. 901/132 

The Extent of Job Desires of Persons Outside of the Labor 
Force in the United States and Massachusetts: Implications for 
Targetting CETA-Related Employment and Training Resources. By 
Maryann Bouba and Andrew Sum 1979 46 p. DES Project on the 
Labor Force Status of Women: Research Paper No. 11 902/73 

Issues in the Development of a Comprehensive Occupational 
Information System for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By 
Andrew Sum et al. 1977 [var. pag.] 901/133 

Issues Related to the Purposes, Collection, Analysis, and 
Interpretation of Job Vacancy Statistics. By Andrew Sum 1978 
30 p. 901/134 

Massachusetts Balance of State Prime Sponsor Annual Plan FY80, 
Volume II. n.d. 858 p. 901/135 

Massachusetts Balance of State Prime Sponsor Annual Plan FY81 . 
1980 312 p. 901/136 

The Massachusetts Employment & Training Council's FY 1979 Annual 
Report to the Governor, n.d. 44 p. 901/137 

Preliminary Prime Sponsor Self Evaluation Efforts in Region I 
September 1979- n.d. 8 p. 902/74 

Special Grants Master Plan (Draft), n.d. 109 p. 901/138 

Trends in the Labor Force Status of Youth (16-19) in the 
State of Massachusetts, 1970-1977. By Andrew Sum and Edward 
Meehan 1978 36 p. D.E.S. Project on the Labor Force Status 
of Youth: Research Paper No. 1 902/75 

Trends in the Labor Force Status of Youth in New England: 
Implications for Targetting Youth Employment and Training 
Resources. By Andrew M. Sum et al. 1979 [var. pag.] 
[Presented at the 7th Annual New England Business and Economic 
Conference, November 1-2, 1979] 902/76 



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Department of Manpower Development, continued 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

Development , Research and Program Development Division 

Chapter Twelve Methods Used in Conducting the Employer 
Interviews. By Andrew Sum and Katherine Mazzeo 1979 [var. pag.] 
An Analysis of Sources of Labor Supply to High Demand Occupations 
in the Boston SMSA 902/77 

Division of Policy and Evaluation 

Labor Market Information Package: Prepared for the Greenfield/ 
Athol Labor Market Area. 1980 [unpaged] 901/139 

Evaluation Unit 

Title IIB: Planned Performance FY82. By Maria R. Grigorieff 
1982 76 p. 901/140 

Labor Market Information Unit 

Private Industry Assessment Report: Interest In Vocational 
Training At MCI-Framingham. By Madeline Franchi et al. n.d. 
31 p. 901/141 

Management Information Unit 

Massachusetts Balance of State Prime Sponsor FY80 Skills 
Training Individual Referral Study. By Nelson M.L. Lee 1981 
[unpaged] 901/142 

Summary Performance Indicators: Title IV YETP, Title IID, 
Title VI. By Willie Johnson and Maria Grigorieff n.d. [unpaged] 
902/78 

Title IIB: Summary Performance Indicators. By Maria R. 
Grigorieff n.d. 32 p. 901/143 

Occupational Information Coordinating Committee 

An Analysis of Selected High Net Demand Occupations: Findings 
from a State-wide Survey, n.d. 129 p. 901/144 

Planning Unit 

Title IIB FY79: Activity Report. By Maria Grigorieff and 
Patricia Aron n.d. 150 p. 902/79 

Policy and Evaluation Division 

An Analysis of Part-Time Employment in Massachusetts During 
1976. By Maryann Bouba et al. 1980 21 p. 902/80 



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Department of Manpower Development, Policy and Evaluation 
Division , continued 
Note: This agency, is no longer in existence. 

An Analysis of Part-Time Employment Opportunities in the 
Private Sector: The Findings of a Survey of Employers in the 
Boston Metropolitan Area. By Rachel Winkeller and Kim M. Kennedy 
1980 [var. pag.] 901/145 

Analysis of Termination Interviews From the Homemaker Re-entry 
Program (HRP). By Rachel Winkeller and Jacqueline Granville 
1979 [var. pag.] 901/146 

Data Collection Materials for Follow-Up Evaluations of Title II- 
B and YETP Youth Programs. By Glen Schneider and Jeffrey Zornitsky 

1979 [unpaged] 902/81 

Data Collection Materials for Prime Sponsor Self-Evaluation 
Title II Programs. 1981 [unpaged] 901/147 

A Guide to the Preparation and Processing of Locally Generated 
Follow-Up Evaluation Data. By Margaret McNally 1979 [unpaged] 
902/82 

The Influence of Occupational Characteristics and Economic 
Conditions on Job Retention in the CETA System. By Glen Schneider 
and Steve Marcus 1981 20 p. 901/148 

An Overview of Labor Market Developments in Massachusetts 
During 1979- By Russell Ganz 1980 [var. pag.] 902/83 

Part-Time Employment Desires of Female Household Heads 
Receiving AFDC: The Findings of a Survey of Recipients in the 
Boston Metropolitan Area. By Rachel Winkeller et al. 1980 
[var. pag.] 902/84 

Part-Time Employment Desires of Older Workers: The Findings 
of a Survey of Persons Aged 55 and Older. By Kim Kennedy 1980 
39 p. 902/85 

Part-Time Employment in Massachusetts: Implications for 
Employment and Training Policy. By Kim Kennedy et al. 1979 
[unpaged] 902/86 

The Planning, Implementation, and Performance of FY78 YETP 
and YCCIP Programs in Massachusetts. By Jennifer Di Mola et al 

1980 95 p. 902/87 

Preliminary Findings and Recommendations Regarding the 
Feasibility of a Part-Time Employment Demonstration Program for 
AFDC Recipients and CETA-Eligible Older Workers. By Rachel 
Winkeller and Kim Kennedy 1980 [unpaged] 902/88 



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Department of Manpower Development, Policy and Evaluation 
Division , continued 
Note: This agency, is no longer in existence. 

Prime Sponsor and Subgrantee Attitudes Regarding the Development 
of Part-Time Employment Opportunities in the Massachusetts CETA 
System. By Kim Kennedy I98O 13 p. 902/89 

Program Evaluation at the Local Level: A Systems Approach. 
By Jeffrey Zornitsky et al. 1979 ^1 p. 902/90 

Recent Trends in Employment and Unemployment in Massachusetts 

1978 I-I979 III. By Russell Ganz and Ashok Kumar I98O 18 p. 
902/91 

Recent Trends in the Levels of AFDC Caseloads in the CETA 
Planning Areas of Massachusetts. By Edward Meehan and Robert 
Vinson I98O 28 p. 902/92 

The Role of Institutional Supply Data in the Development of 
an Occupational Information System. By Christine LeCam 1979 
[unpaged] 901/149 

Trends in the Levels of AFDC Caseloads in Massachusetts, the 
Ten Largest States, the New England States, and the United States. 
By Edward J. Meehan I98O 26 p. 902/93 

The Use of Performance Indicators for Assessing CETA Title II 
Programs: A Critical Examination of the Performance Review 
Guidelines. By Jeffrey Zornitsky I98O 22 p. 901/150 

Policy and Evaluation Unit 

Preparing Women for Non-Traditional Occupations: A 
Description and Assessment of the Women in Construction 
Programs in Massachusetts. By Elaine M. Brady and Carin L. Boyer 
1980 231 p. 902/94 

Program and Systems Development Division 

Coordinating MRC and CETA Services a Functional Approach. 1979 
78 p. 902/95 

Introduction to CETA: A Handbook for Non-CETA Administrators. 

1979 24 p. 901/151 

Manpower Data Packages for Planning Employment and Training 
Programs Based Upon the 1976 Survey of Income and Education. By 
Andrew Sum et al. 1978 [unpaged] 902/96 

Orientation Questionnaire. 1980 [unpaged] 902/97 



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Department of Manpower Development, Program and Systems 
Development Division . continued 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

Policy Issues in Targetting CETA Resources to Massachusetts 
Residents. By Robert Vinson and Andrew Sum 1979 30 p. 
902/100 

Private Sector Initiatives Program: A Manual for Prime Sponsors 
and Subgrantees. 1979 80 p. 902/98 

Technical Assistance Manual for the Governor's Special Grant 
(.6%). 1980 [var. pag.] 902/99 

Research and Development Division 

A Descriptive Analysis of CETA Title VIB Projects in 
Massachusetts. By Rachel Winkeller n.d. 37 p. 901/152 

Policy Issues in Targetting CETA Resources to Massachusetts 
Residents. By Robert Vinson and Andrew Sum 1979 30 p. 
902/100 

Research and Development Program 

Preliminary Findings on Response Rates in the First Round 
of the Massachusetts Pilot Job Openings Survey. By Marianne 
Boakn et al. 1989 [unpaged] Massachusetts Pilot Job 
Openings Survey: Research Paper No. 8 902/101 

Research and Development Program Division 

An Empirical Analysis of the Performance of CETA Title I Programs 
in the United States 1977 (Draft). By Jeffrey Zornitsky et al. 
1979 63 p. 901/153 

Research and Program Development 

Applications of the Employment Security Automated Reporting 
System (ESARS) for Targeting CETA Resources at the Local Level 
(Draft). By Russell Ganz n.d. [unpaged] 902/102 



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Department of Manpower Development, Research and Program 
Development, continued 
Note: This agency_ is no longer in existence. 

A Bibliography of the Papers, Reports, and Information 
Packages Prepared by the Research and Program Development 
Division November 1977 - July 1978. n.d. [unpaged] 901/154 

CETA Title II Adult Follow-Up Interview Questionnaire. 
By Translator: Elisa Menocal Barton n.d. 14 p. [Spanish 
Translation] 901/155 

Data Collection Materials For Follow-Up Evaluations of CETA 
Title I Adult Programs (Revised Edition). By Steve Goldberg and 
Jeffrey Zornitsky n.d. [var. pag.] 902/103 

The Extent of Job Desires of Persons Outside of the Labor 
Force in the United States and Massachusetts: Implications for 
Targeting CETA-Related Employment and Training Resources. By 
Maryann Bouba and Andrew Sum 1979 46 p. DES Project on the 
Labor Force Status of Women: Research Paper No. 11 901/156 

Manpower Data Package for Planning Employment and Training 
Programs in the City of Boston, n.d. [unpaged] 902/104 

Research and Program Development Division 

Analysis of CETA Title VIB Within the Balance of State Prime 
Sponsor. Section III: Analysis of Selected Client Characteristics 
of Project Enrollees and Factors Influencing Successful Termination 
Status. By Rachel Winkeller et al. n.d. [unpaged] 902/105 

An Analysis of Female Part-time Employment in Massachusetts. 
By Paul Cournoyer 1978 25 p. 901/157 

An Analysis of On-The-Job Training, Promotion Opportunities, 
and Job Vacancies in the Fifteen High Net Demand Occupations. 
By Katherine Mazzeo et al. 1978 63 p. An Analysis of Sources of 
Labor Supply to High Demand Occupations in the Boston SMSA 
901/158 

An Analysis of the Characteristics of Participants in the 
Homemaker Re-Entry Program. By Rachel Winkeller et al. n.d. 
89 p. 901/159 

An Analysis of the Labor Force Behavior of Females in 
Massachusetts from a Flow Perspective: Findings of the 1976 
Survey of Income and Education. By Russell Ganz 1978 35 p. 
901/160 



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Department of Manpower Development, Research and Program 
Development Division , continued 
Note: This agency, is no longer in existence. 

An Analysis of the Sources of Labor Supply and Labor 
Recruitment Methods of Firms Employing Workers in Fifteen High 
Net Demand Occupations in the Boston Metropolitan Area. By 
Katherine Mazzeo et al. 1978 74 p. [An Analysis of Sources 
of Labor Supply to High Demand Occupations in the Boston SMSA] 
901/161 

An Assessment of the Uniformity of Vocational Education 
Enrollment and Completions Data Reported to the Division of 
Occupational Education on Forms OE3138 and OE3138. By Christine 
LeCam and John Breen 1978 [var. pag.] 901/162 

The CETA Title VIB Program Within the Boston Prime Sponsor 
Planning Area: Selected Characteristics of Projects and Jobs. 
By Edward Meehan 1978 [var. pag.] 901/163 

The CETA Title VIB Program Within the Brockton Prime Sponsor 
Planning Area: Selected Characteristics of Projects and Jobs. 
By Jacqueline Granville and Edward Meehan 1978 [var. pag.] 
902/106 

The CETA Title VIB Program Within the EMHRDA (Eastern Middlesex 
Human Resource Development Administration) Prime Sponsor Planning 
Area: Selected Characteristics of Projects and Jobs. By Edward 
Meehan 1978 [var. pag.] 902/107 

The CETA Title VIB Program Within the Fall River Prime Sponsor 
Planning Area: Selected Characteristics of Projects and Jobs. 
By Edward Meehan and Jacqueline Granville 1978 [var. pag.] 
901/164 

The CETA Title VIB Program Within the HCMC (Hampden County 
Manpower Consortium) Prime Sponsor Planning Area: Selected 
Characteristics of Projects and Jobs. By Edward Meehan and Susan 
Baron 1978 46 p. 901/165 

The CETA Title VIB Program Within the Lowell Prime Sponsor 
Planning Area: Selected Characteristics of Projects and Jobs. 
By Edward Meehan and Susan Baron 1978 [var. pag.] 901/166 

The CETA Title VIB Program Within the Worcester Prime Sponsor 
Planning Area: Selected Characteristics of Projects and Jobs. 
By David Lockhart and Edward Meehan 1978 [var. pag.] 901/167 



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Department of Manpower Development, Research and ProRram and 
Development Division . continued 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

Chapter One An Introduction to the Role of Occupational 
Information Systems: The Objectives of The Labor Supply Study. 
By Andrew Sum et al. 1978 [var. peg.] [An Analysis of 
Sources of Labor Supply to High Demand Occupations in the Boston 
SMSA] 901/170 

Chapter Eight Measuring the Incremental Labor Supply by 
Occupation from CETA Title I Employment and Training Programs 
in Massachusetts. By Robert Vinson et al. 1978 36 p. 
901/168 

Chapter Twelve: Methods Used in Conducting the Employer 
Interviews. By Katherine Mazzeo and Andrew Sum 1979 [var. pag.] 
[An Analysis of Sources of Labor Supply to High Demand Occupations 
in the Boston SMSA] 901/172 

Chapter Thirteen An Analysis of Hiring Standards and Wage 
Policies of Firms Employing Workers in Fifteen High Net Demand 
Occupations in the Boston Metropolitan Area. By Katherine Mazzeo 
et al. 1978 65 p. [An Analysis of Sources of Labor Supply to 
High Demand Occupations in the Boston SMSA] 901/171 

Chapter Fifteen An Analysis of on-the-Job Training, Promotion 
Opportunities, and Job Vacancies in the Fifteen High Net Demand 
Occupations. By Katherine Mazzeo et al. 1978 63 p. [An Analysis 
of Sources of Labor Supply to High Demand Occupations in the 
Boston SMSA] 901/169 

Characteristics of Welfare Recipients and Other Disadvantaged 
Active Applicants by Local DES Office Throughout the State of 
Massachusetts, April 1978. By Russell Ganz 1978 [unpaged] 
901/173 

Client Entrance Interview for the Lowell Restitution Project 
Evaluation. By Wilma Dyer and Jeffrey Zornitsky I978 [unpaged] 
901/174 

A Comparison of the Somerville Program and the Lowell 
Restitution Project. By Wilma Dyer 1978 5 p. 901/175 

A Comprehensive Bibliography of the Papers, Reports, and 
Information Packages. 1979 8 p. 901/176 

A Comprehensive Planning Package for FY80 CETA Programs in 
Massachusetts: Prime Sponsor and Subgrantee Planning Areas. 1979 
[unpaged] 902/108 



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Department of Manpower Development, Research and Program 
Development Division . continued 
Note: This agency, is no longer in existence. 

A Critical Assessment of the Implementation and Operation of the 
Lowell Restitution Program. By Wilma Dyer and Jeffrey Zornitsky 
1978 [var. pag.] 902/109 

A Critical Assessment of the Implementation and Operation of the 
Lowell Restitution Program (Second Interim Report). By Wilma Dyer 
and Jeffrey Zornitsky 1979 [var. pag.] 902/110 

Data Collection Materials for Follow-Up Evaluations of CETA 
Title I Adult Programs (Revised Edition). By Steve Goldberg and 
Jeffrey Zornitsky n.d. [var. pag.] 901/178 

Data Collection Materials For Follow-Up Evaluations of CETA 
Title II Skill Training Programs (Revised Edition ). By Steve 
Goldberg and Jeffrey Zornitsky n.d. [var. pag.] 901/177 

Data Collection Materials for Follow-up Evaluations of Title I: 
Adult Programs. By Steve Goldberg et al. *1979 [var. pag] 
901/179 

Data Collection Materials for Follow-up Evaluations of Title II 
B: Adult Programs. By Steve Goldberg et al. 1979 [var. pag.] 
901/180 

The Effectiveness of the Unit Profile Component of the Pilot 
JOS Response: Analysis Survey. By Paul Harrington and Louis 
Sturniolo 1979 [unpaged] Massachusetts Pilot Job Openings 
Survey: Research Paper No. 12 902/111 

Employment and Income Developments In The State Of Massachusetts, 
1974-1977. n.d. 32 p. 901/181 

Employment and Unemployment Developments in Massachusetts: An 
Overview of its Level and Structure 1971-1977. By Robert Vinson et 
al. 1978 [unpaged] 901/182 

An Estimate of the Impact of Unemployment Upon the Earned 
Incomes of Youth Within the State of Massachusetts 1976. By 
Robert Vinson and Andrew Sum 1978 3 p. 901/183 

Expansion of the Labor Turnover Survey Under the Massachusetts 
Job Openings Pilot Survey Project. By Patricia Dooley and Paul 
Harrington 1979 7 p. Massachusetts Pilot Job Openings Survey: 
Research Paper No. 6 901/184 

Field Follow-Up in the Job Openings Survey in Massachusetts. 
By Lori Baigelman et al. 1979 [var. pag.] Massachusetts Pilot 
Job Opening Survey: Research Paper Number Five 901/185 



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Department of Manpower Development, Research and ProRram 
Development Division . continued 
Note: This agency, is no longer in existence. 

Financial Incentives of Part-time Employment for AFDC Single 
Parent Household Heads: An Economic Analysis. By Edward J. Meehan 

1978 [var. pag.] 901/186 

Finding of the JOS Response Analysis Survey. By Paul E. 
Harrington and Louis Sturniolo 1979 [unpaged] Massachusetts 
Pilot Job Openings Survey: Research Paper No. 13 902/112 

The FY78 CETA Title VIB Program Within the Balance of State 
Prime Sponsor: Selected Demographic and Economic Characteristics 
of Participants. By Edward J. Meehan and Jacqueline Granville 

1979 [var. pag.] Report No. 2 901/187 

The FY78 CETA Title VIB Program Within the Massachusetts 
Balance of State Prime Sponsor: Selected Characteristics of 
Public Service Projects and Jobs. By Edward Meehan and Jacqueline 
Granville 1979 67 p. 901/188 

Identifying "Births" of New Establishments. By Lori Baigelman 
1979 [var. pag.] Massachusetts Pilot Job Openings Survey: 
Research Paper No. ^^ 901/189 

The Impact of Alternative Allocation Formulas on 
Massachusetts' Share of National CETA Title I Funds. By Andrew 
Sum et al. 1978 [unpaged] 901/190 

Implementation of the Job Openings Survey in Massachusetts: 
Initiation and Mailout Issues. By Louis Sturniolo 1979 [var. 
pag.] Massachusetts Job Openings Survey: Research Paper No. 2 
902/113 

Initiation of the Job Openings Survey in Massachusetts. By 
Marianne M. Bokan 1979 13 p. Massachusetts Pilot Job Openings 
Survey: Research Paper No. 3 902/114 

Internal Processing of Survey Forms in the Job Openings Survey 
in Massachusetts. 1979 [unpaged] Massachusetts Pilot Job 
Openings Survey: Research Paper No. 7 902/115 

Inventory of FY78 Youth Programs Funded in Massachusetts Under 
the Youth Employment and Demonstration Projects Act (YEDPA). 
By Deborah Ashby and Jennifer Di Mola 1979 [var. pag.] 
902/116 

Manpower Data Packages for Planning Employment and Training 
Programs Based Upon the 1976 Survey of Income and Education. 
By Andrew Sum et al. 1978 [unpaged] 901/191 



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Department of Manpower Development, Research and ProRram 
Development Division . continued 
Note: This agency, is no longer in existence. 

Manpower Data Packages for Planning Employment and Training 
Programs Based upon the 1976 Survey of Income and Education 
(Revised edition). By Andrew Sum et al. 1978 [unpaged] 
901/192 

Manpower Data Packages for Planning Employment and Training 
Programs Based Upon the 1976 Survey of Income and Education 
Boston SMSA. 1979 [unpaged] 902/117 

Manpower Data Packages for Planning Employment and Training 
Programs Based Upon the 1976 Survey of Income and Education, 
Springfield SMSA. 1978 [unpaged] 902/118 

Massachusetts FY78 CETA Allocations: The Planned Distribution 
of CETA Monies by Title and Selected Major Program Activity. By 
David Lockhart and Andrew Sum 1978 9 p. 901/193 

Occupational Mobility of Workers In Massachusetts: An Analysis 

of the Factors Influencing Movement of Workers Out of Low Wage 

Occupations, 1965-1970. By Paul Cournoyer and Andrew Sum 1978 
37 p. 902/119 

Planning Guidelines for Juvenile Restitution Programs. By Wilma 
Dyer and Jeffrey Zornitsky 1978 13 p. 902/120 

Proposal for a Comprehensive Evaluation of the Massachusetts 
Balance-of-State Prime Sponsor's Skill Training Improvement Program 
(STIP). 1979 [unpaged] 902/121 

Recent Trends in Employment and Unemployment in Massachusetts 
and the United States 1977 III to 1978 III. By Robert Vinson and 
Andrew Sum 1979 19 p. 901/194 

Recent Employment and Unemployment Developments in the State 
of Massachusetts, 1977 I - 1978 I. By Andrew Sum and Robert 
Vinson 1978 [var. pag.] 902/122 

The Role of Unemployment Insurance Based Data Sources in 
Planning Employment and Training Programs. By Russell Ganz 
and Andrew Sum n.d. [var. pag.] 902/123 

The Role of Unemployment Insurance Based Data Sources in 
Planning Employment and Training Programs: Appendix C. By 
Russell Ganz and Andrew Sum n.d. 48 p. 901/195 

Selected Demographic and Economic Characteristics of Persons 45+ 
in Massachusetts: 1976 Survey of Income and Education (SIE). By 
Edward Meehan 1979 39 p. 901/196 



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Department of Manpower Development, Research and Program 
Development Division . continued 
Note: This agency, is no longer in existence. 

The Structure of Unemployment Rates by Major Occupational 
Category for the United States, Massachusetts, and the Ten 
Largest States, 1976 and 1977. By Russell Ganz 1978 14 p. 
902/124 

Trends in Employment, Unemployment, and Personal Incomes in 
Massachusetts and the United States during the 1974-1978 Period. 
By Robert Vinson and Andrew Sum 1979 23 p. 901/197 

Trends in the Money Incomes and Poverty Status of Massachusetts 
Families, 1969-1975: Implications for Targeting CETA-Related 
Employment and Training Programs. By Katherine Mazzeo and Andrew 
Sum 1978 40 p. 901/198 

Research and Program Development Unit 

Applications of the Employment Security Automated Reporting 
System (ESARS) for Targeting CETA Resources at the Local Level 
(Draft). By Russell Ganz n.d. [unpaged] 901/199 

An Assessment of the Effectiveness of CETA Title I Skill 
Training Programs in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive 
Summary (Draft). By Jeffrey Zornitsky et al. n.d. [unpaged] 
901/200 

Chapter Four An Assessment of the Effectiveness of CETA Title 
I Skill Training Programs in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: 
An Analysis of the Personal and Social Characteristics of Program 
Terminees. By Jeffrey Zornitsky et al. n.d. [unpaged] 
901/201 

Chapter Six An Assessment of the Effectiveness of CETA Title I 
Skill Training Programs in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: An 
Analysis of the Factors Influencing Successful Participant Contacts 
By Jeffrey Zornitsky et al. n.d. [unpaged] 902/126 

Chapter Eleven An Analysis of the Terminees' Perception of 
the Skill Training Programs: An Assessment of the Effectiveness 
of CETA Title I Skill Training in Massachusetts. By Jeffrey 
Zornitsky et al. n.d. [unpaged] 902/125 

The Labor Force Status of Youth, 16-24, in the Labor Areas of 
the State of Massachusetts 1970. By Edward Meehan and Andrew Sum 
1978 [var. pag.] D.E.S. Project Working Paper Number Two: The 
Labor Force Status of Youth in Massachusetts 901/202 

Preliminary Demand-Supply Table for the State of Massachusetts. 
By Andrew Sum et al. 1976 [unpaged] [For educational purposes] 
902/127 



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Department of Manpower Development, continued 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

Research and Program Division 

The FY78 CETA Title VIB Program Within the Balance of State 
Prime Sponsor, Selected Demographic and Economic Characteristics 
of Participants. By Edward J. Meehan and Jacqueline Granville 
1979 [unpaged] 902/128 

State Employment and Training Council 

Exemplary Youth Programs Funded in 1978 under the Youth 
Employment and Demonstration Projects Act (YEDPA). By Deborah 
Ashby and Jennifer Di Mola n.d. 61 p. 902/129 

The Massachusetts Employment and Training Council's FY I98O 
Annual Report to the Governor. I98I 51 p. 901/203 

State Manpower Services Council 

CETA and Neighborhood Development for the Governor's Conference 
on Community Revitalization. 1978 19 p. 903/99 

Department of Mental Health: On-the-Job Training Project. 
1978 [var. pag.] 902/130 

Introduction to CETA: A Handbook for Non-CETA Administrators. 
1977 26 p. 903/100 

Pre-Employment Seminar Program: Staff Training Program, n.d. 
200 p. 902/131 



Department of Medical Security 

600 Washington Street, Suite 2000, Boston, MA 02111 

A Household Survey of the Health Insurance Status of 
Massachusetts Residents. By Robert J. Blendon et al. 1990 
[var. pag.] [Survey conducted by the Harvard School of Public 
Health as directed by Chapter 23 of the Acts of 1988 (The 
Universal Health Care Law)] 904/73 

H SO >X': r\-l I 

Report to the Legislature: Status of the Small Business 
Insurance Market. 1990 48 p. 901/204 



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Department of Mental Health 

160 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Appendix B: Status Report on the Comprehensive Mental Health 
Service Plan (P.L. 99-660) FY90, Edition 3.0. 1990 [var. pag.] 
904/74 

Comprehensive Mental Health Service Plan FY90, Edition 2.0. 
1989 148 p. 903/101 „sho.V.C73/a)W 

Comprehensive Mental Health Service Plan FY90, Edition 2.0: 
Appendix. 1989 20 p. 903/102 ^^r^ i /a ^ ^ 

Comprehensive Mental Health Service Plan, Executive Summary, 
n-d. 18 p. 903/103 ,^o /^ / r- , ^^ 

Mental Health Action Project: Interim Report. 1985 95 p. 
904/75 

Status Report on the Comprehensive Mental Health Service Plan 
(P.L. 99-660) FY90, Edition 3.0. 1990 [var. pag.] 904/76 

Department of Mental Retardation 

160 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Family Support Newsletter, January 1988. 1988 8 p. 
903/105 

Family Support Newsletter, May 1988. 1988 12 p. 903/108 

Family Support Newsletter, September 1988. 1988 14 p. 
903/110 

Family Support Newsletter, January 1989. 1989 10 p. 
903/106 

Family Support Newsletter, May 1989. 1989 7 p. 903/109 

Family Support Newsletter, September 1989. 1989 9 p. 
903/111 

Family Support Newsletter, February 1990. 1990 9 p. 
903/104 

Family Support Newsletter, July 1990.1990 12 p. 903/107 

Department of Personnel Administration 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY 1987-88: Human Resource Management Innovation 
and Outreach. 1988 34 901/205 



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Department of Personnel Administration, continued - _ 

Annual Report FY89. By David A. Haley n.d. 26 p. 903/112 

Bradford Fellowship Program for Excellence in Public Administration 
1991. 1990 11 p. 904/77 ,„ ^ , 

Changes in the Commonwealth's Merit System. 1990 3 p. 
903/113 p^ ;r l/.a'Cl^S^ 

Decision '90 Information Seminars. 1990 3 p. 903/114 

^ f.|/ A-, 0.33 
Human Resources Development Certificate Program. 1990 5 p. 
903/115 RFif.a', H^l 

Implementation of Section 13, Chapter 150 of the Acts of 1990. 
1990 2 p. 903/116 

***Job Seekers Guide. I989 [unpaged] 903/117 

Make-Up Examination Policy for Active Duty Applicants. 1990 

Massachusetts Merit System. 1990 168 p. [Information for 
Civil Service Examinations from August 18, 1990 - December 15, 
1990] 903/119 t^F ii.;^. m^t/5 

Massachusetts Performance Recognition Program 1990. 1990 8 p. 



Massachusetts Performance Recognition Program: Manuel Carballo 
Governor's Award Recipients. 1990 2 p. 903/121 

Performance Management System: Procedures Handbook, n.d. 
[var. pag.] 903/123 

Performance Management System Guide. 1988 [var. pag.] 
903/122 

Police Officer Applicant Information Booklet. 1990 19 p. 
[Examination Date: 10/27/90 Last Filing Date: 9/14/90] 903/124 

Position Evaluation Training Manual - Agency - Hay Guide Chart - 
Profile Method. 1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared by The Hay Group, 
Inc.] 903/125 R V^ |/. ^^ ; ^=^^1 

Reflections on Excellence: Pride in Performance, October 11, 1990. 
1990 21 p. 904/78 |:^ \^ U T». ' * - - 

Smoking Prohibition Rule. 1990 2 p. 903/126 

Specialized Training and Consultation Services Master Service 
Agreement FY 1989 and 1990. 1988 321 p. 903/127 



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Department of Personnel Administration, continued 

Summary of Wellness Program Minimum Requirements. 1990 2 p. 
904/79 

User Participation in Systems Projects. By Mohamed Alibhai 
1990 5 p. 5°3/128^^,,^,^^ 

Human Resource Development Group 

I Course Catalog September 1990 - June 1991. n.d. 49 p. 

. 902/132 ^ ^ 

Department of Procurement and General Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency was formed on January 4, 1990. It is a 
consolidation of the Purchasing Agent's Division, Motor Vehicle 
Management Bureau, Office of Telecommunications and the Bureau 
for Systems Policy and Planning. 

Procedures Handbook. 1990 [unpaged] 903/129 

Bureau of Information Technology Acquisitions 

April BITA Mailing. 1990 [unpaged] 902/133 

Department of Public Health 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

AIDS: It's No Joke. 1988 2 p. 903/130 

Alphabetical Listing of Massachusetts Substance List (MSL) as 
of August 24, 1989. 1989 49 p. [For compliance with the 
Massachusetts Right-to Know Law, M.G.L. c.lllF] 902/134 

H5 30 ,'^' rv^aib jh 

Annual Report 1980 - 1981. 1981 28 p. 903/131 

Eastern Encephalitis Alert. 1990 2 p. 903/132 

H 5 •2) o. 2 '. -^.-/^ 17 
Environmental Monitoring Activities Around the Pilgrim Nuclear 
Power Station, n.d. 2 p. 904/81^ - 

Guidelines for Physicians and Health Care Providers on HIV 
Counseling, Testing & Early Treatment (Draft). 1990 [var. pag.] 
901/206 

Massachusetts Prenatal Care Survey, n.d. 20 p. 902/135 

Massachusetts WIC Program State Plan: State Agency Operations, 
Volume 3. 1989 [var. pag.] 901/209 

Massachusetts WIC Program: State Plan FY90. 1989 [unpaged] 
902/136 U^2>^ .X. PCv<ii /V/ CJCIO 

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Department of Public Health, continued 

Massachusetts WIC Program: State Plan FY90, Volume 1. I989 
[var. pag.] 901/207 

Massachusetts WIC Program: State Plan Procedural Manual, 
Volume 2. 1989 [var. pag.] [Includes voucher system manual] 
901/208 

Nutrition Resource Guide for Children with Special Health Care 
Needs. By Cynthia Taft Bayerl et al. 1990 28 p. [In collaboration 
with The Frances Stern Nutrition Center of New England Medical 
Center Hospitals] 903/133 

Programs That Address Infant Mortality, n.d. 12 p. 

904/82 ^ 5 :e.o. 9 ■. rj'i'j 

Public Health Fact Sheet: Eastern Encephalitis. 1990 2 p. 
903/134 liS^e.a-, f<^C|Uc., /<)1D 

Public Health Fact Sheet: Lyme Disease. 1990 2 p. 
903/135 ^33,, 3. p<|^/z,^^..|q<fO 

Public Health HIV Guidelines for Substance Abuse Treatment 
Programs (Draft). 1990 16 p. 903/136 

Public Health Telephone Directory. 1990 [unpaged] 
902/137 

Welcome... To Early Intervention in Massachusetts: A Directory 
of Early Intervention Programs in Massachusetts Funded by the 
Department of Public Health. 1990 [var. pag.] 902/138 

AIDS Office 

AIDS Education and Information Resources Directory, Revised 
August 1989. 1989 37 p. 901/210 

Guidelines for Physicians and Health Care Providers on HIV 
Counseling, Testing and Early Treatment. 1990 42 p. [Update] 
902/139 U52>0.^'. A. AS/10 

Massachusetts Clinical Trials Directory for AIDS and HIV- 
Related Drugs, Revised Edition (July 1990). 1990 73 p. 
903/137 

Division of Data Processing 

Inventory of Automated Data Systems Microcomputer Software 
Mailing Lists. 1989 75 p. 901/211 



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Department of Public Health, continued 

Office of Policy Development and Planning 

Legislative Update: Amending the General Laws. n.d. 
[unpaged] 901/213 

Legislative Update: Legislative Format, n.d. 16 p. 901/ 
214 
State Biologies Laboratory 

Life-Saving Product Developed by Department of Public Health. 
1990 2 p. 902/140 

Task Force on Infant Mortality 

Unfinished Business: Poverty, Race and Infant Survival in 
Massachusetts. 1990 29 p. 904/83 

H S 3 D . "^k • U ,\ 3. 
Women 's Health Division 

Sexual Assault and Sexually Transmitted Diseases including AIDS, 
n.d. 2 p. 903/138 



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Department of Public Safety 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

Massachusetts Burn Injury Reporting System 1989: Statistical 
Report. 1990 30 p. [See also 904/197] 904/84 

Department of Public Utilities 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Information About New England Telephone's Rates for Eastern 
Massachusetts Residence Customers (508/617 Area Codes). 1990 
^ P- 904/85 CA^Oai^TLA^ 

Information about New England Telephone's Rates for Western Area 
Residence Customers (413 Area Code). 1990 5 p. 904/86 

c A s«o , 9, ' . ■!- .^ i ; a^ 

Department of Public Welfare 

180 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Budget Narrative FY89. 1988 488 p. 903/139 

The Facts About Welfare: Being Poor in Massachusetts, Second 
Edition. 1990 40 p. 903/140 



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Department of Public Welfare, continued 

FY90 Report to the Great and General Court on Standard Budgets 
of Assistance for the Aid to Families with Dependent Children 
(AFDC) Program. 1990 24 p. 903/141 

Department of Public Works 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Alternate Routes: Keep Boston Moving. n.d. 2 p. [Map] 
903/142 ^3^_ ^,^5 . -._ ^,^ 

Brightman Street Bridge Replacement, City of Fall River - Town 
of Somerset, MA: Environmental Assessment. 1988 203 p. In 
conjunction with the U.S. Department of Transportation [Includes 
map] 901/215 

Brightman Street Bridge Replacement, City of Fall River - Town 
of Somerset, MA: Environmental Assessment, Appendix. I988 
[var. pag.] In conjunction with the U.S. Department of 
Transportation 901/216 

Traffic Engineering: Top 1000 High Accident Intersections. 1990 
42 p. 904/87 

Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel 
One South Station, Boston, MA 02110 

Access, vol. 4, no. 1, Winter/Spring I99O. 1990 4 p. 
901/217 

Access, vol. 4, no. 3, Fall 1990. 1990 4 p. 904/88 

Agency Review Draft March 1989: Supplemental Environmental 
Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) 
Evaluation (Chapters 1 thru 4). I989 [var. pag.] [In 
conjunction with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal 
Highway Administration] 902/141 

Agency Review Draft April 1989, Book 1 of 2: Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final 
Section 4(f) Evaluation (Appendix 1 Supportive Engineering 
Report). 1989 [var. pag.] [In conjunction with the U.S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration] 
902/142 

Agency Review Draft April I989, Book 2 of 2: Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final 
Section 4(f) Evaluation (Appendix 1 Supportive Engineering 
Report). 1989 [var. pag.] [In conjunction with the U.S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration] 
902/143 



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Department of Public Works, Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel . 
continued 

Agency Review Draft June 1989, Book 1 of 2: Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final 
Section 4(f) Evaluation (Chapters 5 through 9). 1989 [var. pag.] 
[In conjunction with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal 
Highway Administration] 902/144 

Agency Review Draft June 1989, Book 1 of 2: Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final 
Section 4(f) Evaluation (Chapters 6 through 9). 1989 [var. pag.] 
[In conjunction with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal 
Highway Administration] 902/145 

Executive Summary: Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/ 
Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) Evaluation (Draft). 
1990 32 p. [In conjunction with the U.S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration] 902/146 

Part I - Vol. 1 of 2, Chapters 1-9: Environmental Impact 
Statement/Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) Evaluation 
(Draft). 1990 [var. pag.] [In conjunction with the U.S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration] 
902/147 

Part I - Vol. 2 of 2, Chapters 10-20: Environmental Impact 
Statement/Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) Evaluation 
(Draft). 1990 [var. pag.] [In conjunction with the U.S. 
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration] 
902/148 

Part II - Alternative Analyses; Part III - Section 4(f) 
Evaluation: Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/Report 
and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) Evaluation (Draft). 1990 
[var. pag.] [In conjunction with the U.S. Department of 
Transportation, Federal Highway Administration] 902/149 

Report on the Financing Plan. 1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared 
by Lazard Freres & Co.] 904/89 

Report on the Financing Plan, Executive Summary. 1990 1.6 p. 
[Prepared by Lazard Freres & Co.] 904/90 

Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/Report (Draft): 
Central Artery (I-93)/Third Harbor Tunnel(I-90) Project, South 
Boston Haul Road. 1989 [var. pag.] FHWA-MA-EIS-82-02-DSI 
[In conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration] 
901/218 



50 



Department of Public Works, continued 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

The Demographics of Commuting in Greater Boston. By Stephen 
M. Falbel and Sonia W. Hamel I989 65 p. [In conjunction with 
the Federal Highway Administration] 901/219 

Department of Revenue 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

1989 Legislative Recommendations of the Commissioner. I988 
[var. pag.] 903/143 

1990 Legislative Recommendations of the Commissioner. I989 
[var. pag.] 903/144 

DOR Directive 89-9. 1989 1 p. 901/233 

DOR Directive 89-10. I989 1 p. 901/220 

DOR Directive 89-11. I989 1 p. 901/221 

DOR Directive 89-12. I989 1 p. 901/222 

DOR Directive 89-13. I989 2 p. 901/223 

DOR Directive 89-14. 1989 2 p. 901/224 

DOR Directive 89-15. 1989 1 p. 901/225 

DOR Directive 89-16. I989 1 p. 901/226 

DOR Directive 89-17. 1989 1 p. 901/227 

DOR Directive 89-18. 1989 2 p. 901/228 

DOR Directive 89-19. 1989 2 p. 901/229 

DOR Directive 89-20. I989 2 p. 901/230 

DOR Directive 89-21. I989 2 p. 901/231 

Factsheet: Sales Tax on Services. I990 4 p. 904/102 

Fact Sheet 90-I : Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Admissions 
and Box Rentals to Entertainment Events. 1990 8 p. 904/91 

Fact Sheet 90-2: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Amusement 
and Recreation Services. I990 11 p. 904/92 



51 



Department of Revenue, continued 

Fact Sheet 90-3: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Automotive 
Repair and Customizing Services. 1990 7 p. 904/93 

Fact Sheet 90-4: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Building 
Services. 1990 5 p. 904/94 

Fact Sheet 90-5: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Computer 
Maintenance and Repair. 1990 6 p. 904/95 

Fact Sheet 90-6: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Court 
Reporting and Stenographic Services. 1990 5 p. 904/96 

Fact Sheet 90-7: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Credit 
Reporting and Collection Services. 1990 4 p. 904/97 

Fact Sheet 90-8: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Detective, 
Guard and Armored Car Services. 1990 4 p. 904/98 

Fact Sheet 90-9: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Heating 
Fuel. 1990 5 p. 904/99 

Fact Sheet 90-10: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Landscaping 
and Horticultural Services. 1990 6 p. 904/100 

Fact Sheet 90-11: Massachusetts Sales and Use Tax on Security 
Systems Services. 1990 4 p. 904/101 

Massachusetts Corporations and Foreign Corporations Subject to 
An Excise, January 1, 1990. 1990 124 p. 902/150 

Package X 1989 (Reproducible State Tax Forms). 1990 321 p. 
901/234 

Tax Guide: A Guide to Filing: Your Massachusetts Income Tax 
Forms 1989. 1990 58 p. 901/235 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 4, December I989. 1989 
12 p. 901/236 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 2, June 1990. 1990 
12 p. 903/145 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 3, September 1990. 
1990 16 p. 904/103 

A Taxpayer's Guide to the Department of Revenue, n.d. 36 p. 
903/146 



52 



Department of Revenue, continued 

Bureau of Analysis, Estimation & Research 

Massachusetts Economic Indicators, Annual Data Supplement, August 
1990 (Addendum). 1990 [var. pag.] 904/104 

Massachusetts Economic Indicators, Vol. V, No. 2, February 
1990. 1990 [var. pag.] Quarterly Research Edition 902/151 

Massachusetts Economic Indicators, Vol. V, No. 4, April 1990. 
1990 [var. pag.] Quarterly Research Edition 902/152 

Massachusetts Economic Indicators, Vol. V, no. 8, August 1990. 
1990 52 p. Annual Data Supplement, Second Issue 904/105 

Division of Local Services 

200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Academic Regional School Districts. 1990 55 p. 904/106 

Analysis of the Effects of the CLT Petition on Massachusetts 
Local Finance. 1990 [var. pag.] 904/107 

p^o^a * Pir\'lH 

Farmland Valuation Study. I988 [var. pag.] [Prepared by 
the Northeast Appraisals & Management Co., Inc.] 901/237 

FY91 Estimated Cherry Sheet by Program: Cities, Towns and 
Regional School Districts. 1990 28 p. 903/147 

A Handbook on Implementing an Enterprise Fund Established 
Under Chapter 40 Section 39K. 1990 44 p. 904/108 

A Status Report on the Implementation of Chapter 193 of the 
Acts of 1989. 1990 152 p. [In conjunction with the County 
Government Finance Review Board] 902/153 « 

Vocational Regional School Districts. 1990 63 p. 904/109 

R 3 , '; '. V <s s 

Municipal Data Management and Technical Assistance Bureau 
200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Developing a Capital Improvements Program: A Manual for 
Massachusetts Communities for Preparing, Evaluating and Scheduling 
Capital Projects. 1985 30 p. 904/110 

The Municipal Data Bank November 1988 Edition, n.d. 26 p. 
904/111 K3.SI'. /Yyia ' ^ 

Office of Communications 

"Cherry Sheets" for FY9I (Preliminary). 1990 12 p. 
903/148 



53 



Department of Revenue, Office of Communications , continued 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 1, April 1990. 1990 
8 p. 902/154 

Department of Social Services 

150 Causeway Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Child Welfare Services Plan: Title IV-B Plan for FFY 1991. 
1990 [var. pag.] [In conjunction with Administration for Children, 
Youth and Families (ACYF)] 904/112 

Project Protect: Guidelines for Protecting Children in 
Substance Abusing and Violent Families, January 1990 Edition. 
1990 8 p. 901/238 ^ n , / 

Day Care Unit 

Day Care Services: A Guide to Subsidized Day Care For Parents/ 
Guardians, n.d. 1 p. 903/149 

u s / , a ; D 3 3 

Department of the State Auditor 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Agency Audit Activity in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
1990 56 p. No. 89-6008-9 902/158 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller's Official 
Year-End Closing Instructions for Cash and Revenue Management 
FY89. 1989 13 p. No. 89-5002-9 901/239 

Auditor's Notebook, vol. 1, no. 1, April 1988. 1988 6 p. 
902/156 

Auditor's Notebook, vol. 1, no. 2, January 1989. 1989 6 p. 
902/157 

Auditor's Notebook, vol. 2, no. 1, April 1990. 1990 6 p. 
902/158 

Report on Agency Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller's 
Official Year-End Closing Instructions for Encumbrance and Advance- 
Fund Management FY89. 1990 20 p. No. 89-5001-9 902/159 

Sixth Semi-Annual Report July-December I989. 1990 91 p. 
902/160 

Seventh Semi-Annual Report January - June 1990. 1990 105 p. 
904/113 



54 



Department of the State Auditor, continued 

Activities Report 

Abington Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 30 p. No. 90-3038-8 902/161 

Acton Housing Authority January 1, 1988 to December 31, 1988. 
1989 33 p. No. 90-3019-8 901/240 

Adams Housing Authority July 1, 1987 to June 30, I988. 1990 
34 p. No. 90-3013-8 901/241 

Adams Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989- 1990 

34 p. No. 90-3017-8 901/242 

Agawam Housing Authority October 1, I986 to September 30, 1988. 

1989 23 p. No. 89-595-1 901/243 

Amesbury Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 30 p. No. 9O-3O6I-8 902/162 

Amherst Housing Authority April 1, 1988 to March 31, 1989. 

1990 34 p. No. 90-3028-8 901/242 

^ B I , '^'. 
Appellate Tax Board July 1, I987 to June 30, I988. 1990 
16 p. No. 89-143-1 901/245 

Ashland Housing Authority October 1, 1986 to September 30, 

1988. 1990 16 p. No. 89-601-1 901/246 

Attleboro Housing Authority July 1, 1986 to June 30, I988. 
1990 37 p. No. 89-6O3-I 901/247 

Auburn Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 

1989. 1990 34 p. No. 90-3001-8 902/163 

Ayer Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 
16 p. No. 90-1037-1 902/164 

Barnstable Division District Court Department July 1, 1987 to 
June 30, 1988. 1990 19 p. No. 89-1189-1 901/248 

Barnstable Division of the Superior Court Department July 1 , 
1987 to June 30, I988. 1990 15 p. No. 89-1118-1 901/249 

Belmont Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 

35 p. No. 90-3008-8 902/165 

Billerica Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 30 p. No. 90-3055-8 902/166 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Board of Bar Examiners July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988. 1990 
10 p. No. 89-1103-1 901/250 

Boston Center for Independent Living, Inc. July 1, 1987 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 11 p. No. 89-4013-2 902/167 

Boston Municipal Court Department July 1, 1986 to June 30, 
1987. 1990 22 p. No. 88-1131-1 901/251 

Bourne Housing Authority April 1, 1988 to March 31, 1989. 
1990 38 p. No. 90-3060-8 902/168 

Bristol County District Attorney's Office July 1, 1988 to 
June 30, I989. 1990 13 p. No. 90-1264 902/169 

Bristol Division Juvenile Court Department July 1, I988 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 14 p. No. 90-1249-1 901/252 

Brockton Multi-Service Center July 1, I986 to March 31, I989. 
1990 7 p. No. 89-6OI9-9 901/253 

Canton Housing Authority April 1, 1987 to March 31, 1989. 
1990 24 p. No. 90-628-1 901/254 

Chatham Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 16 p. No. 90-629-1 902/170 

Chelmsford Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 

1989 33 p. No. 90-3185-8 901/255 

Chicopee Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 

1990 34 p. No. 90-3068-8 902/171 

Community Antenna Television Commission January 1, 1987 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 10 p. No. 89-836-7 901/256 

Concord Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 
33 p. No. 90-3037-8 902/173 

Court Facilities in the Commonwealth. 1990 23 p. No. 88- 
5011-9 901/257 .^p^ |. a '. S ^3© /Co '=i ^ 

Danvers Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 
32 p. No. 90-3054-8 902/173 

Dedham Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 
30 p. No. 90-3064-8 902/274 

Dennis Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 
36 p. No. 90-3031-8 901/258 



56 



Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Department of Commerce and Development July 1, 1987 to June 
30, 1988. 1990 32 p. No. 89-133-1 901/259 

Department of Labor and Industries July 1, 1987 to June 30, 

1988. 1989 31 p. No. 89-217-1 901/260 

Department of Mental Health - Region I July 1, 1987 to June 
30, 1989. 1990 21 p. No. 89-237-7 901/261 

Department of Mental Health - Region IV July 1, 1988 to 
June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-246-2 902/175 

Department of Public Welfare's Emergency Assistance Program 
July 1, 1986 to June 30, I989. 1990 30 p. No. 89-4004-3 
901/262 

Department of Revenue July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988. 1990 
20 p. No. 89-142-1 901/263 

Department of Social Services' Basic Day Care Programs July 1, 

1986 to June 30, 1988. 1990 22 p. No. 88-4001-3 901/264 

Disaster Recovery & Contingency Planning at the Department of 
Revenue August 10, I989 to September 29, 1989. 1990 20 p. 
No. 90-0142-4C 902/176 

Division of Administrative Services Within the Purchasing 
Agent's Division July 1, 1984 to June 30, I989. 1990 20 p. 
No. 90-24-7 902/177 

Division of Banks and Loan Agencies in the Department of 
Banking and Insurance July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 
14 p. No. 90-100-1 901/265 

Division of Fisheries and Wildlife July 1, I988 to June 30, 

1989. 1990 26 p. No. 90-279-1 902/178 

Division of Public Employee Retirement Administration July 1 , 

1987 to June 30, I988. 1990 15 p. No. 89-1315-1 901/266 

Division of Registration July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 
1990 14 p. No. 90-5008-1 901/267 

Division of Standards July 1, I988 to June 20, I989. 1990 
14 p. No. 90-226-1 901/268 

Dudley Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 1989- 
1990 2 p. No. 90-970-2 902/179 

Duxbury Housing Authority April 1, I988 to March 31, 1989. 
1990 26 p. No. 90-3067-8 901/269 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

East Bridgewater Housing Authority July 1, I986 to June 30, 
1988. 1989 22 p. No. 88-645-1 901/270 

Easthampton Housing Authority January 1, 1987 to December 31, 
1988. 1990 23 p. No. 89-646-1 902/180 

Easton Housing Authority April 1, I988 to March 31, 1989. 
1990 30 p. No. 90-3069-8 902/181 

Energy Facilities Siting Council July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 
1990 16 p. No. 90-421-1 901/271 

Executive Office of Communities and Development July 1, 1985 
to June 30, 1989. 1990 15 p. No. 89-1-2 902/182 

Executive Office of Elder Affairs' Home Care Program July 1, 
1986 to June 30, 1988. 1990 43 p. No. 88-4002-3 902/183 

Fall River Housing Authority April 1, I988 to March 31, 1989- 
1990 43 p. No. 90-3053-8 901/272 

Falmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 
32 p. No. 90-3057-8 902/184 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Bridgewater 
State College July 1, I987 to June 30, I989. 1990 11 p. 
No. 90-177-2 901/273 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Bunker Hill 
Community College July 1, 1987 to June 30, I989. 1990 9 p. 
No. 90-192-2 901/274 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Fitchburg 
State College July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 15 p. 
No. 90-178-2 902/185 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Greenfield 
Community College July 1, I985 to June 30, I989. 1990 17 p. 
No. 90-194-2 902/186 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Massachusetts 
Bay Community College July 1, I985 to June 30, 1989. 1990 15 p. 
No. 90-196-2 902/188 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of the Massachusetts 
College of Art July 1, I985 to June 30, I989. 1990 18 p. 
No. 90-181-2 902/187 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Middlesex 
Community College July 1, I985 to June 30, I989. 1990 13 p. 
No. 90-199-2 902/189 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Quinsigamond 
Community College July 1, 1987 to June 30, I989. 1990 9 p. 
No. 90-203-2 901/275 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Roxbury 
Community College July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 14 p. 
No. 90-204-7 902/190 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Salem State 
College July 1, 1987 to June 30, I989. 1990 11 p. No. 90- 
184-2 902/191 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Southeastern 
Massachusetts University July 1, 1987 to June 30, I989. 1990 
9 p. No. 90-210-2 901/276 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Springfield 
Technical Community College July 1, I987 to June 30, 1989. 1990 
12 p. No. 90-205-2 902/192 

Follow-Up Review of the Gushing Hospital July 1, I985 to August 
25, 1989. 1990 20 p. No. 89-248-7 902/193 

Framingham Housing Authority January 1, I988 to December 31, 

1988. 1989 39 p. No. 90-3022-8 901/277 

Gardner Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 

1989. 1990 33 p. No. 90-3002-8 902/194 

George E. Fingold Library July 1, 1987 to June 30, I988. 
1990 28 p. No. 89-37-1 901/278 

Greenfield Community College July 1, I987 to June 30, 1988. 
1990 19 p. No. 89-194-1 901/279 

Greenfield Community College Data Processing Activities March 28, 
1990 to April 6, 1990. 1990 17 p. No. 90-0194-4C 902/195 

Group Insurance Commission Data Processing Activities November 15, 
1989 through December 15, I989. 1990 7 p. No. 90-0040-4C 
901/280 

Hadley Housing Authority October 1, 1986 to September 30, I988. 

1989 24 p. No. 89-670-1 901/281 

Hadley Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, I989. 

1990 16 p. No. 90-670-1 902/196 

Halifax Housing Authority July 1, 1987 to June 30, I989. 
1990 31 p. No. 90-3040-8 901/282 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Hampshire County Regional Housing Authority January 1, 1987 
to December 31, 1988. 1990 17 p. No. 89-1047-1 902/197 

Hanson Housing Authority October 1, 1988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-902-2 902/198 

Haverhill Housing Authority April 1, 1988 to March 31, 1989. 
1990 35 p. No. 90-3070-8 902/199 

Health Care Programs. 1990 5 p. No. 88-5016-9 902/200 

Health Care Programs in Accordance with Chapter 23, Section 74, 
of the Acts of 1988. 1990 23 p. No. 88-5016-9 901/283 

Hingham Housing Authority October 1, 1988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-674-2 902/201 

Holbrook Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 
1990 29 p. No. 90-3052-8 902/202 

Holliston Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 
1990 12 p. No. 90-677-1 901/285 

Holyoke Community College July 1, I987 to June 30, I988. 
1990 31 p. No. 89-195-1 902/203 

Holyoke Housing Authority January 1, I988 to December 31, 

1988. 1989 50 p. No. 89-3351-8 901/286 

Implementation of the Commonwealth's Victim and Witness 
Assistance Law. 1990 12 p. No. 88-5010-3 902/204 

Ipswich Housing Authority April 1, I988 to March 31, 1989. 

1989 32 p. No. 90-3027-8 901/287 

Joint Labor-Management Committee July 1, I988 to June 30, 

1989. 1989 12 p. No. 90-1018-1 901/288 

Lakeville Hospital July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 27 p. 
No. 90-299-1 902/205 

Lenox Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 17 p. No. 90-692-1 901/289 

Lexington Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 

1990 36 p. No. 90-3050-8 902/206 

Lynn Housing Authority April 1, I988 to March 31, 1989. 
1990 49 p. No. 90-3048-8 902/207 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Mansfield Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 1990 20 p. No. 90-70^1-1 902/208 

Marshfield Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 
1990 16 p. No. 90-708-1 901/290 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Advisory Board for 
the period January 1 through December 31, 1989. 1990 8 p. 
No. 90-4004-3 902/209 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Southwest 
Corridor Project January 1, 1987 to December 31, 1988. 
1990 23 p. No. 89-583-5 902/210 

Massachusetts College of Art's Colleague System January 11, 
1990 through February 27, 1990. 1990 13 p. No. 90-0181-4X 
902/211 

Massachusetts Convention Center Authority July 1, 1985 to 
June 30, I989. 1990 27 p. No. 90-1272-3 901/291 

S A /, a '. CQ A 7 6 / i ^i 5 - S ^ 

Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities July 1 , 
1987 to June 30, 1988. 1990 43 p. No. 89-I6I-I 902/212 

Massachusetts Firefighting Academy July 1, 1988 to June 30, 
1989. 1990 16 p. No. 90-12-1 901/292 

Massachusetts Government Land Bank. I990 20 p. No. 88-340-5 
901/293 

Massachusetts Historical Commission July 1, I988 to June 30, 
1989. 1990 17 p. No. 90-83-1 902/213 

Massachusetts State Lottery Commission. 1990 20 p. No. 88- 
89-1 901/294 

Maynard Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 1989 
1990 31 p. No. 90-3004-8 902/214 

Medfield Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 13 p. No. 90-711-1 901/295 

Medfield Prison Project July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 
2 p. No. 90-1311-2 902/215 

Merrimac Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 
1990 23 p. No. 90-3062-8 901/296 

Methuen Housing Authority April 1, 1988 to March 31, 1989. 
1990 38 p. No. 90-3082-8 902/216 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Metropolitan State Hospital July 1, 1986 to February 28, I989. 
1989 33 p. No. 89-261-7 901/297 

Middleborough Housing Authority January 1, 1988 to December 31, 

1988. 1989 28 p. No. 90-3049-8 901/298 

Middlesex Division Superior Court Department. 1990 34 p. 
No. 88-1110-1 902/277 

Middleton Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989- 
1989 14 p. No. 90-721-1 901/300 

Millbury Housing Authority October 1, 1988 to September 30, 1989 
1989 18 p. No. 90-724-1 901/301 

Nahant Housing Authority October 1, 1988 to September 30, 

1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-728-2 902/218 

Newton Housing Authority January 1, I988 to December 31, I988. 

1989 35 p. No. 90-3033-8 901/302 

Norfolk Division of the Superior Court Department July 1, 1987 
to June 30, 1988. 1990 17 p. No. 89-1112-1 902/219 

North Central Correctional Institution July 1, I988 to June 30, 
1989. 1990 18 p. No. 90-1274-1 901/303 

North Reading Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 

1990 33 p. No. 90-3021-8 901/304 

Northwestern District District Attorney's Office July 1, 1988 
to June 30, 1989. 1990 13 p. No. 90-1260-1 901/305 

Norton Housing Authority October 1, I986 to September 30, 
1988. 1990 20 p. No. 89-747-1 902/220 

Office for Children July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988. 1990 

20 p. No. 89-4008-1 901/306 

Office of Grants and Contracts of Southeastern Massachusetts 
University July 1, I985 to June 30, I988. 1990 53 p. [No. 89- 
3329-1] 902/221 

Office of Management Information Systems July 1, I988 to 
August 1, 1989. 1990 7 p. No. 90-884-7 902/222 

Office of the Chief Administrative Justice Data Processing 
Activities January 11, 1990 through February 23, 1990. 1990 

21 p. No. 90-1106-4C 902/223 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Office of the Jury Commissioner for the Commonwealth July 1 , 
1987 to June 30, 1988. 1990 U p. No. 89-1216-1 901/307 

Orleans Housing Authority October 1, I987 to September 30, 

1988. 1990 23 p. No 89-750-1 902/224 

Palmer Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 1989. 
1990 18 p. [No. 90-752-1] 902/225 

Parole Board July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 13 p. 
No. 90-154-1 902/226 

Pembroke Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 32 p. No. 90-3068-8 902/227 

Pepperell Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 22 p. No. 90-1071-1 902/228 

Plainville Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 

1989. 1990 12 p. No. 90-759-1 902/229 

Plymouth County District Attorney's Office July 1, I988 to 
June 30, I989. 1990 13 p. No. 90-1265-1 902/230 

Plymouth Division of the Probate and Family Court Department 
July 1, 1987 to June 30, I988. 1990 17 p. No. 89-1234-1 
901/308 

Pre-Release Center at Lancaster July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 14 p. No. 90-1310-1 901/309 

Quincy Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 35 p. No. 90-3039-8 901/310 

Quinsigamond Community College July 1, I987 to June 30, I988. 

1989 22 p. No. 89-203-1 901/311 

Report on the Process for Relocating the Regents Computer Network's 
Data Processing Center January 8, 1990 to February 13, 1990. 1990 
8 p. No. 90-1270-4F 902/231 

Revere Housing Authority April 1, I988 to March 31, 1989. 

1990 43 p. No. 90-3020-8 901/312 

Rockport Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 

1989 29 p. No. 90-3032-8 901/313 

Sandwich Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 

1990 12 p. No. 90-771-1 902/232 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Scituate Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 25 p. No. 90-3073-8 902/233 

State Election Campaign Fund January 1, I983 to December 31, 
1988. 1990 21 p. No. 89-969-1 901/314 

Stoughton Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 29 p. No. 9O-3065-8 901/315 

Suffolk Division of the Probate and Family Court Department. 
1990 19 p. No. 88-1221-1 901/316 

Taunton Housing Authority January 1, I988 to December 31, 1988. 

1989 37 p. No. 90-3024-8 901/317 

Tewksbury Hospital July 1, I986 to December 31, I989. 1990 
10 p. No. 90-304-7 902/234 

University of Massachusetts at Amherst, College of Food and 
Natural Resources July 1, I987 to June 30, I989. 1990 24 p. 
No. 90-4012-3 902/235 

U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Planning Grants No. FA-NE- 
86-18 and FA-NE-87-50 Awarded to the Massachusetts Aeronautics 
Commission for the Period May 12, I986 to October 7, 1989. 1990 
8 p. No. 90-3030-2 901/318 

Wakefield Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989- 

1990 32 p. No. 90-3034-8 902/236 

Ware Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 
28 p. No. 90-3051-8 901/319 

Wareham Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1989 
14 p. No. 90-803-1 901/320 

Wellesley Housing Authority January 1, 1988 to Decemember 31 1 

1988. 1989 27 p. No. 90-3072-8 901/321 

West Boylston Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 

1989. 1989 15 p. No. 90-1278-1 901/322 

West Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1988 to March 31, 
1989. 1990 32 p. No. 90-3059-8 902/237 

Western Massachusetts Hospital July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989- 
1989 14 p. No. 90-305-1 901/323 

Weymouth Housing Authority January 1, 1988 to December 31, 
1988. 1989 35 p. No. 89-3367-8 901/324 



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Department of the State Auditor, Activities Report, continued 

Winchester Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 33 p. No. 9O-3O66-8 902/238 

Woburn Housing Authority July 1, 1987 to June 30, I988. I989 
36 p. No. 90-3015-8 901/325 

Woburn Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 
32 p. No. 90-3016-8 901/326 

Worcester State College July 1, I987 to June 30, 1988. 1990 
26 p. No. 89-186-1 901/327 

Yarmouth Housing Authority April 1, I988 to March 31, 1989- 
1990 29 p. No. 90-3029-8 901/328 

Audit of Selected Financial Activities 

East Longmeadow Housing Authority for the period January 1 , 
1989 to December 31, 1989- 1990 2 p. No. 90-647-2 902/239 

Hampden Housing Authority for the period April 1, I989 to March 31, 
1990. 1990 2 p. No. 90-842-2 902/240 

Milton Housing Authority for the period January 1, I989 to 
December 31, 1989- 1990 3 p. No. 90-1044-2 902/241 

North Brookf ield Housing Authority for the period January 1 , 
1989 to December 31, I989. 1990 5 p. No. 90-901-2 902/242 

Provincetown Housing Authority for the period October 1, I988 
to September 30, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-1049-2 902/243 

Rockland Housing Authority for the period July 1, I988 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 4 p. No. 90-766-2 902/244 

South Hadley Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1989 
to December 31, 1989. 1990 8 p. No. 90-782-2 902/245 

Templeton Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-872-2 902/246 

Uxbridge Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1989- 1990 2 p. No. 90-798-2 902/247 

Webster Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1989. 1990 5 p. No. 90-807-2 902/248 

Winchendon Housing Authority for the period October 1,1988 to 
September 30,1989. 1990 2 p. No. 902/249 



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Department of the State Auditor, Audit of Selected Financial 
Activities . continued 

Winthrop Housing Authority for the period July 1, I988 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 5 p. No. 90-822-2 902/250 

Audit Review 

Berkshire County Regional Planning Commission for the period 
July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1988. 1990 3 p. No. 90-573-2 
902/251 

Berkshire Regional Transit Authority for the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-876-6 902/252 

Beverly Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1987 to 
March 31, 1987. 1990 8 p. No. 90-612-2 902/253 

Boston Division Housing Court Department for the period July 1 , 
1983 to June 30, 1985. 1990 13 p. No. 88-1210-2 902/254 

Bourne Recreation Authority for the 18-month period ended 
June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-844 2 902/255 

Brockton Regional Transit Authority for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1988. 1990 6 p. No. 89-881-6 902/256 

Brookline Housing Authority for the period April 1, I987 to 
March 31, 1988. 1990 8 p. No. 90-623-2 902/257 

Commonwealth's Telephone Systems July 1, I988 to November 9, 
1989. 1990 14 p. No. 89-6015-9 902/258 

Department of Correction Automated Management Information 
Systems for Monitoring Inmate Funds in Accordance with Generally 
Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS). 1990 5 p. 
No. 89-5004-3 901/329 

Department of Correction, Division of Food and Farm Services 
for the period July 1, I987 to June 30, 1988. I989 7 p. 
No. 90-1267-7 901/330 

Department of Mental Health - Region II for the period July 1 , 
1983 to June 30, 1985. 1990 10 p. No. 89-238-7 901/331 

Department of Mental Retardation Third-Party Billing for the 
fiscal year Ended June 30, I988. 1990 14 p. No. 89-5005-9 
901/332 

Department of Public Utilities for the period July 1, I988 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 3 p. No. 90-307-2 902/261 



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Department of the State Auditor, Audit Review, continued 

Executive Office of Communities and Development and the 
Lakeview Manor Management Agreement for Modernization. 1990 
10 p. No. 89-3368-2 902/262 

Greenfield-Montague Transportation Area for the period July 1 , 
1988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-1276-6 902/263 

Hazardous Waste Facility Site Safety Council for the period 
July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-1273-2 
902/264 

Massachusetts Cultural Council/Massachusetts Arts Lottery 
Council for the period July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 
2 p. No. 90-1282-2 902/265 

Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency for the period July 1 , 

1986 to June 30, 1988. 1990 2 p. No. 89-141-6 902/266 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission for the period July 1 , 

1987 to June 30, 1988. 1990 3 p. No. 90-575-2 902/267 

Public Access Board for the period July 1, 1988 to June 30, 
1989. 1990 3 p. No. 90-288-2 902/268 

Trial Court in Relation to Certain Buildings and Land Occupied 
by the Judiciary and Transferred to the Commonwealth on October 1 , 
1988. 1990 4 p. No. 89-5010-2 901/333 

Worcester County Division Housing Court Department for the 
period July 1, I986 to June 30, I989. 1989 3 p. No. 90-1313-2 
901/334 

Audit Survey 

Group Insurance Commission January 10, 1990. 1990 1 p. 
No. 90-6014-9 902/269 

Investigative Audit 

Haverhill Day Care Center July 1, I985 through June 30, 1988. 
1990 4 p. No. 89-6016-9 902/272 

A-128 

Acton Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31 » 1989. 
1990 34 p. No. 90-3078-8 903/180 

Belchertown Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 
1988. . 1990 31 p. No. 90-3111-8 904/114 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128 . continued 

Bellingham Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 1990. 
1990 27 p. No. 91-3032-8 904/115 

Braintree Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 31 p. No. 90-3038-8 904/116 

Bridgewater Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 34 p. No. 90-3035-8 903/181 

Burlington Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 32 p. No. 90-3110-8 904/117 

Dracut Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 35 p. No. 90-3101-8 904/118 

Everett Housing Authority October 1, 1988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 32 p. No. 90-3092-8 903/182 

Fitchburg Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 

1989. 1990 39 p. No. 90-3083-8 904/119 

Franklin County Regional Housing Authority October 1, 1988 
to September 30, 1989. 1990 59 p. No. 90-3010-8 903/183 

Gloucester Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 40 p. No. 90-3056-8 903/184 

Greenfield Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 1990. 
1990 34 p. No. 90-3003-8 903/185 

Holbrook Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1990 30 p. No. 9I-3OI6-8 904/120 

Hudson Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, I989. 
1990 35 p. No. 90-3086-8 903/186 

Ipswich Housing Authority April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990. 
1990 35 p. No. 90-3097-8 904/121 

Leominster Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 

1990. 1990 33 p. No. 90-3084-8 903/I87 

Lowell Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, I989. 
1990 59 p. No. 90-3085-8 904/122 

Melrose Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 1989. 
1990 32 p. No. 90-3093-8 903/188 

Middleborough Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 29 p. No. 90-3099-8 904/123 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128 . continued 

Natick Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 1989. 
1990 37 p. No. 90-3071-8 903/189 

New Bedford Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 41 p. No. 90-3075-8 903/190 

Northampton Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 
1990 41 p. No. 90-3102-8 904/124 

Pittsfield Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 
1990 40 p. No. 90-3089-8 903/191 

Salem Housing Authority October 1, 1988 to September 30, 1989. 
1990 37 p. No. 90-3091-8 903/192 

Stockbridge Housing Authority October 1, 1987 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 32 p. No. 90-3100-8 903/193 

Stoughton Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990, 
1990 30 p. No. 91-3018-8 904/125 

Taunton Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 36 p. No. 90-3079-8 904/126 

Watertown Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 36 p. No. 90-3113-8 904/127 

Wellesley Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 

1989. 1990 28 p. No. 9O-3O8I-8 903/194 

West Springfield Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 

1990. 1990 35 p. No. 9O-3IO8-8 904/128 

Westfield Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 1990. 
1990 29 p. No. 90-3009-8 903/195 

Weymouth Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 
1989. 1990 34 p. No. 90-3041-8 904/129 

Weymouth Housing Authority, Lakeview Manor Management Agreement 
for Modernization, and the Executive Office of Communities and 
Development for the fiscal year ended December 31, 1988. 1990 
10 p. No. 90-3096-2 904/130 

Winchendon Housing Authority October 1, 1988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 36 p. No. 90-3112-8 904/131 

EDP 

Berkshire Community College Data Processing Activities 
August 15 and 16, 1990. 1990 13 p. No. 91-0190-4C 904/132 



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Department of the State Auditor, EDP, continued 

Worcester State College's Colleague System April 3, 1990 
through April 27, 1990. 1990 16 p. No. 90-0186-4X 903/150 

FR 

Andover Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1989. 1990 5 p. No. 90-598-2 903/151 

Arlington Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1988 
to June 30, 1989- 1990 2 p. No. 90-1329-2 904/133 

Athol Housing Authority for the period April 1, I989 to March 31, 
1990. 1990 2 p. No. 90-602-2 903/152 

Cape and Islands District Attorney for the period July 1, I988 
to June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-1263-2 903/153 

Cape and Islands Mental Health Center for the period July 1 , 

1989 to June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-992-2 904/134 

Chelsea Housing Authority January 1, 1987 to December 31, 1988. 

1990 25 p. No. 89-631-2 904/135 

Cohasset Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to June 30, 
1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-636-2 904/136 

Dr. John C. Corrigan Mental Health Center for the period July 1, 
1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-251-2 903/154 

Executive Office of Human Services "Miscellaneous Income" 
Account (#0411-40-01-40) for the period July 1, I989 to September 24, 
1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-5006-2 904/137 

Executive Office of Labor for the period July 1, 1988 to June 30, 

1989. 1990 2 p. 90-1324-2 904/138 

Foxborough Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-657-2 904/139 

Franklin County Planning Department for the period May 1, I988 
to June 30, 1988. 1990 6 p. No. 90-577-2 904/140 

Grafton Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989- 1990 
5 p. No. 90-666-2 904/141 

Granby Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to June 30, 

1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-667-2 904/142 

Holden Housing Authority for the period April 1, I989 to March 31, 
1990. 1990 2 p. No. 90-676-2 903/155 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Hopkinton Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-681-2 901/U3 

Hull Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1988 to 
June 30, 1989.1990 2 p. No. 90-684-2 903/156 

Maiden Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1988 to 
June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-702-2 904/144 

Massachusetts Art Commission for the period July 1, 1988 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 5 p. No. 90-14-2 904/145 

Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications 
for the period July 1, I988 to June 30, 1990. 1990 3 p. 
No. 91-1302-2 904/146 

Melrose Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, I988 
to June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-866-2 904/147 

Montague Housing Authority October 1, I988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 20 p. No. 90-727-1 904/148 

Norfolk County District Attorney for the period July 1, I988 
to June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-1258-2 903/157 

Norfolk Pre-Release Center for the period July 1, I988 to 
June 30, I989. 1990 4 p. No. 90-888-2 903/158 

North Attleboro Housing Authority for the period July 1, I988 
to June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-743-2 903/159 

Northborough Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1989 
to December 31, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 91-744-2 903/160 

Office of the Commissioner of Veterans' Services for the period 
July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1990 4 p. No. 90-18-2 
903/161 

Old Colony Planning Council for the period July 1, I986 to 
June 30, 1988. 1990 12 p. No. 89-579-1 903/162 

Quincy Mental Health Center for the period July 1, 1988 to 
June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-265-2 903/163 

Retirement Law Commission for the period July 1, I988 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-63-2 903/164 

Sharon Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1990 
2 p. No. 91-775-2 904/149 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Somerset Housing' Authority for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 9I-777-2 904/150 

Spencer Housing Authority for the period April 1, I989 to 
March 31, 1990. 1990 4 p. No. 90-784-2 904/151 

State Ethics Commission for the period July 1, I988 to June 30, 

1989. 1990 3 p. No. 90-1053-2 904/152 

Stoughton Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1988 
to June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-790-2 903/165 

Swampscott Housing Authority for the period October 1, I988 to 
September 30, I989. 1990 7 p. No. 90-792-2 904/153 

Tyngsborough Housing Authority for the period April 1, I989 to 
March 31, 1990. 1990 4 p. No. 90-1072-2 903/I66 

Walpole Housing Authority for the period January 1, I989 to 
December 31, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-800-2 903/167 

Wenham Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, I989. 
1990 7 p. No. 90-832-2 904/154 

Westport Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to June 30, 

1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-813-2 904/155 

Whitman Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to June 30, 
1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-817-2 904/156 

Wrentham Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to June 30, 
1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-827-2 904/157 

FS 

Amherst Redevelopment Authority April 1, I988 to March 31, 
1990. 1990 10 p. No. 90-874-1 904/158 

Brewster Housing Authority April 14, 1986 to September 30, 

1989. 1990 9 p. No. 90-659-1 903/168 

Brockton Redevelopment Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 

1990. 1990 20 p. No. 91-3002-1 904/159 

Division of Administrative Law Appeals July 1, 1988 to June 30, 
1989. 1990 12 p. No. 90-345-1 903/169 

Harwich Housing Authority July 23, 1985 to September 30, I989. 
1990 9 p. No. 90-679-1 903/170 



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Department of the State Auditor, FS. continued 

Holyoke Soldiers' Home July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989- 1990 
27 p. No. 90-64-1 904/160 

Lawrence Redevelopment Authority's State-Funded Projects 
July 1, 1986 to June 30, I988. 1990 16 p. No. 90-689-1 
904/161 

Medfield State Hospital July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 
23 p. No. 90-259-1 904/162 

Newton Community Development Authority July 1, I986 to June 30, 

1988. 1990 18 p. No. 89-737-1 903/171 

Newton Division District Court Department July 1, I987 to 
June 30, 1988. 1990 19 p. No. 89-1143-1 903/172 

Northampton Redevelopment Authority April 1,1988 to March 31 » 
1990. 1990 9 p. No. 90-741-1 903/173 

Northampton State Hospital July 1, I988 to June 30, I989. 1990 
45 p. No. 90-263-1 904/163 

Office of Campaign and Political Finance July 1, I988 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 13 p. No. 90-865-1 903/174 

Raynham Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 1990 
11 p. No. 91-903-1 904/164 

Sergeant-At-Arms July 1, I988 to June 30, 1989. 1990 10 p. 
No. 90-235-1 904/165 

Springfield Redevelopment Authority July 1, 1987 to June 30, 

1989. 1990 39 p. No. 90-779-1 904/166 

IPA 

Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority for the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-1008-6 904/167 

Division of Savings Bank Life Insurance for the period January 1 , 
1988 to December 31, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-102-6 904/168 

Franklin Regional Transit Authority for the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-1275-6 903/178 

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority for the fiscal year ended 
June 30, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90-877-6 903/179 

Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority 
for the fiscal year ended December 31, I989. 1990 2 p. No. 90- 
587-6 904/169 



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Department of the State Auditor, continued 
P 

Advisory Board on Revenue Resources and the State Economy 
July 1, 1988 to April 30, 1990. 1990 16 p. No. 90-4007-3 
[Also titled: Processes for Estimating Revenue for the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Annual Operations] 903/175 

The Commonwealth Relative to the Child Abuse Reporting Law. 
1990 14 p. No. 88-5015-3 903/176 ,^^ , 

Department of Mental Health's and the Division of Capital 
Planning and Operations' Creative Housing Options in Community 
Environments Program July 1, 1986 to December 31,1989. I990 
18 p. No. 90-4002-3 903/177 

Department of Public Welfare's Employment & Training (ET 
Choices) Program. 1990 21 p. No. 91-4007-3 [Interim Report] 
904/170 

SP 

Acquisition of EDP Equipment by Various State Agencies April 1 , 
1987 to August 31, 1989. 1990 9 p. No. 89-6OO9-9 904/171 

Berkshire Community Action Council, Inc. for FY88. 1990 19 p. 
No. 89-6014-9 904/172 

Bridgewater State College July 1, 1984 to June 30, I989. 
1990 19 p. No. 90-6002-9 904/173 

Cape Cod & Hyannis Railroad under the 1986, 1987 and I988 
Passenger Service Agreements with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
1990 45 p. No. 90-6006-9 904/174 

Criminal Justice Training Council July 1, I985 to June 30, 
1988. 1990 18 p. No. 89-6012-9 903/196 

Department of Public Welfare prior to July 1, I988 at the 
Request of the Attorney General. 1990 3 p. No. 90-6004-9 
903/197 

Department of Social Services Client Accounts during the 
period January 1, I990 to June 30, 1990. 1990 4 p. No. 90- 
1058-9 904/175 

Determination of Whether Net State Tax Revenues Exceeded 
Allowable State Tax Revenues for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1990. 1990 16 p. No. 91-5555-9 904/176 



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Department of the State Auditor, SP, continued 

Northwestern District - District Attorney's Office for the 
period July 1, 1987 to October 31, 1989. 1990 10 p. No. 90- 
6011-9 904/177 

Project Contemporary Competitiveness, Inc. July 1, 1985 to 
June 30, 1989. 1990 7 p. No. 90-6007-9 904/178 

Quinsigamond Community College Internal Controls. 1990 2 p. 
No. 91-2001-9 904/179 

Regional Educational Assessment and Diagnostic Services 
July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1989. 1990 3 p. No. 90-6001-9 
904/180 

Division of Local Mandates 

100 Boylston Street, Room 950, Boston, MA 02116 

Determination In Re: City of Worcester and Certain Laws and 
Regulations Relative to Public Education; Cost Imposed = $985,025.00 
1990 17 p. 902/27O 

DLM Report, June 1990. 1990 4 p. 902/27^ 

Department of the State Treasurer 

Room 227, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

$119,400,400 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Notes 1990, Series B, Dated: March 29, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.l 
903/198 

$140,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Notes (Dedicated Tax Debt) Dated: November 28, I989. 1989 
[var. pag.] 901/336 

$230,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1989, Series D, Dated: October 1, I989. 

1989 [var. pag.] 901/337 

$360,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidation Loan of 1990, Series A, Dated: March 12, 

1990 (Preliminary Official Statement). 1990 [var. pag.] 
901/340 

$361,674,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1990, Series A (New Issue), Dated: 
March 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 902/273 

$415,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Notes (Commmonwealth Liability Reduction Loan, Act of I989 bonds), 
n.d. [unpaged] 901/338 



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Department of the State Treasurer, continued 

$449,453,173 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1990, Series B, Dated: June 1, I990 
(New Issue). 1990 [var. pag.] 903/200 

$500,000,000* Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds, Consolidated Loan of 1990, Series C, Dated: December 1, 
1990 (New Issue). 1990 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary , subject to 
change] 904/181 

$610,500,000* Commonwealth of Massachusetts Dedicated Income 
Tax Bonds, Fiscal Recovery Loan, Act of 1990, Dated: September 
18, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary , subject to change] 
904/186 

$1,200,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Commercial Paper 
Program (Series 5), Dated: December 13, I989. I989 [var. pag.] 
901/335 

$1,343,953,513.70 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Dedicated Income 
Tax Bonds, Fiscal Recovery Loan, Act of I990 (New Issue), Dated: 
September 15, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 904/182 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts $36,000,000 General Obligation Notes 
(Dedicated Tax Debt), Dated: June 28, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
904/183 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation Bonds 
Consolidated Loan of 1990 Series B, Dated: June 1, I990. 1990 
[var. pag.] 904/185 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation Bonds 
Consolidated Loan of 1990, Series B, June 1, I990 and General 
Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes, August 13, 1990. 1990 
[var. pag.] 904/184 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Minibonds (Series S) November 17, 

1989 - November 17, 1994. I989 [var. pag.] 901/339 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Minibonds (Series T) March 16, 

1990 - March 16, 1995. 1990 [var. pag.] 902/274 

Department of Youth Services 

150 Causeway Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Bureau of Planning. Research and Systems 

Analysis of Commitment I989. By Nicole Turillon Harrington 
1990 31 p. 903/201 



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Department of Youth Services, Bureau of Planning, Research, and 
Systems, continued . 

Analysis of Pretrial Detention Admissions 1989- 1990 58 p. 
903/202 

Developmental Disabilities Council 

600 Washington Street, Room 670, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report 1988. 1988 [var. pag.] 902/275 
Annual Report FFY 1989. 1990 [var. pag.] 901/341 

A Challenge for the 90's: Creating Open Communities. 1990 
59 p. [A disability policy analysis with recommendations from 
the Council to the Governor, Legislature, and People of 
Massachusetts] 901/342 

DCI S- - -- >^ 

A Challenge for the 90's: Creating Open Communities 
(Appendices). 1990 58 p. [A disability policy analysis with 
recommendations from the Council to the Governor, Legislature, 
and People of Massachusetts] 901/343 

State Planning Council 

Disability and Diversity - An Annotated Bibliography, First 
Edition. 1990 37 p. 904/187 ^ 

A Two Year Plan: Federal Fiscal Years 1990-91. 1990 [var. 
pag.] 904/188 ^ / .. ^ . 

DC 1.7: O'+'^/^'JC)-^! 

District Court Department 

Holyoke Building^^Holyoke Square, Salem, MA 01970 ,j. ^.^tcTVl'i^ 

^j' o---.— of^voe-: 5rBv«kWa -f ^yhc'^^p^^X^^-^'M"^^^ ^r^<^ T 

Office of the Chief Justice ^C^/'S.ol :J%.)^: 'y^'^'^/'^ 

Guide to Public Access to District Court Records. By Michael 
Shea 1990 36 p. [Includes summary] 904/189 

Division of Administrative Law Appeals 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 904, Boston, MA 02202 

Capital Construction Cases: Status Report 1989. 1990 5 p. 
901/344 

Division of Air Quality 

One Winter Street, 8th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

. Air Quality Report I988. n.d. 55 p. 903/204 



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Division of Alcoholism and Drug Rehabilitation 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Adolescents, Drugs and Alcohol in Massachusetts: Year One. 
By Carol N. Williams et al. 1987 [unpaged] [Prepared by 
Alcohol & Health Research Services] 902/276 

Drunken Driver Education and Rehabilitation in Massachusetts 
FY89. By Kim Jaffee 1989 14 p. 902/2,77 

^ 5 3 a . ^ ■ '^ - ^ ' 

Report on Minority Admissions: Service Utilization Trends. 
By Dennis McCarty et al. 1989 [unpaged] 902/278 

Division of Banks and Loan Agencies 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 
Note: Annual Bank Reports are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834. 

Annual Report for the Period Commencing July 1, 1986 and Ending 
June 30, 1987: Submitted to the Board of Governors of the Federal 
Reserve System Relative to the Administration and Enforcement of 
Consumer Credit Cost Disclosure Laws and Regulation. 1987 [var. 
pag.] 903/205 

Annual Report for the Period Commencing July 1, 1987 and Ending 
June 30, 1988: Submitted to the Board of Governors of the Federal 
Reserve System Relative to the Administration and Enforcement of 
Consumer Credit Cost Disclosure Laws and Regulation. 1988 [var. 
pag.] 903/206 

Annual Report for the Period Commencing July 1, 1988 and Ending 
June 30, 1989: Submitted to the Board of Governors of the Federal 
Reserve System Relative to the Administration and Enforcement of 
Consumer Credit Cost Disclosure Laws and Regulation. 1989 [var. 
pag.] 903/207 

Annual Report for the Period Commencing July 1, 1989 and Ending 
June 30, 1990: Submitted to the Board of Governors of the Federal 
Reserve System Relative to the Administration and Enforcement of 
Consumer Credit Cost Disclosure Laws and Regulation. 1990 [var. 
pag.] 904/191 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1989 Relating to Licensees Engaged in the Business of 
Making Regulated Small Loans, n.d. 24 p. Public Document 95 
903/208 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Regarding the 
Community Reinvestment Act for the Year Ending December 31, 1989- 
n.d. 65 p. 904/190 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
Note: Annual Bank Reports are available from the State 
Bookstore, Room 115, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727- 
2834. 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Co- 
operative Banks for the Year Ending December 31 i 1989. n.d. 
155 p. 902/279 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Credit 
Unions for the Year Ending December 31, 1989. 1990 221 p. 
902/280 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Savings 
Banks for the Year Ending December 31, 1989. n.d. 208 p. 
902/281 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Trust 
Companies and Certain Other Financial Institutions for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1989. 1990 130 p. 902/282 

List of Legal Investments Pursuant to General Laws, Chapter 167, 
Section 15A. 1990 24 p. 903/209 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report as of December 30, 1989- 
1990 27 p. 902/283 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report, June 30, 1990. 1990 24 p, 
903/210 

Report on the Availability of Home Mortgages within the 
Commonwealth as Required under the Provisions of General Laws, 
Chapter 167, Section 17. Reporting Period: Twelve Months Ending 
12/31/89. 1989 20 p. 902/284 

Division of Capital Planning and Operations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Response to the Inspector General's Report on "Consultant 
Selection for the Proposed New Braintree Prison Site". 1989 27 p. 
901/345 

Water Conservation at State Facilities. 1989 2 p. 901/346 

Division of Community Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 
See also: Executive Office of Communities and Development 

Directory of Local Government Electronic Data Processing. 
By Laura E. Younger and Robert H. Adams 1981 46 p. 903/211 



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Division of Conservation Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY88 and FY89. 1989 36 p. 903/212 

Division of Curriculum and Instruction 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Bureau of Transitional Bilingual Education 

Annual Report 1987: The Condition of Massachusetts 
Transitional Bilingual Education Programs. By Eduardo B. Carballo 
1988 43 p. 904/192 

Early Childhood Education Advisory Council 

Future Trends in Early Childhood Programs I986. I986 59 p. 
902/285 

Division of Employee Relations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Highlights of the Agreement between the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts and the Alliance of AFSCME-SEIU/AFL-CIO. 199O 25 p. 
904/193 



Division of Employment Security 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 
See also: Department of Employment and Training 

1977 Manpower Information for Affirmative Action Programs: 
Lawrence-Haverhill, Massachusetts-New Hampshire Standard Metropolitan 
Statistical Area. By Allan MacDonald 1977 9 p. 903/213 

1978 Manpower Information for Affirmative Action Programs: 
Lawrence-Haverhill, Massachusetts-New Hampshire Standard Metropolitan 
Statistical Area. By Allan MacDonald 1978 11 p. 903/214 

Manpower Information for Affirmative Action Programs: Lowell, 
Massachusetts Labor Market Area. By John Watson 1979 11 p. 
903/215 

MASS Layoff Activity, Summary Report January 1, 1985 - June 30, 
1987. n.d. 7 p. 903/216 

Organization and Functions of D.E.S. I98O 23 p. 903/217 



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Division of Employment Security, continued 
See also: Department of Employment and Training 

Economic Research and Analysis Service 

Massachusetts Job Outlook Occupational Employment Projected 
Changes 1984 to 1995. By Catherine Foley 1987 59 p. 902/286 

Employment and Wage Unit 

Employment and Wages: Cities and Towns 1980-81. 1982 181 p. 
902/287 

Employment and Wages Cities and Towns 1980-82. By Martha 
Dailey et al. I983 182 p. 902/288 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts & the Major Metropolitan 
Statistical Areas: Annual Averages 1984-1986. I987 72 p. 
901/348 

Employment and Wages: State Summary 1983. 1984 29 p. 
901/349 

Job Market Research 

Labor Market Information for Affirmative Action Programs I98I: 
Clinton LMA. I98I 8 p. 902/289 

Job Market Research Service 

Employer Contact and Solicitation Report. By Stephen Pourinski 
et al. 1981 41 p. Massachusetts Job Openings Survey 901/350 

Employment and Wages State Summary I98I. 1982 27 p. 901/351 

An Occupational Profile of Federal Government Employment in 
Massachusetts 1977. By John T. McNulty I98O 12 p. 901/352 

Labor Area Research Department 

Labor Market Information Affirmative Action Programs I98O: 
Lawrence-Haverill SMSA. By Allan MacDonald I98O 11 p. 901/353 

Labor Market Information Affirmative Action Programs 1982: 
Lawrence-Haverhill SMSA. By Allan MacDonald 1982 30 p. 901/355 

Labor Market Information Affirmative Action Programs I98I: Lowell 
LMA. By Joseph Rowland I98I 10 p. 901/354 

Labor Market Information Affirmative Action Programs 1982: Lowell 
LMA. By Allan MacDonald 1982 10 p. 901/356 



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Division of Employment Security, Labor Area Research Department, 
continued " - 

See also: Department of Employment and Training 

Labor Market Information Affirmative Action Programs 1982: 
Marlborough. By Edward F. Kaznocha1982 10 p. 901/357 

Labor Market Information Affirmative Action Programs 1982: 
Pittsfield LMA. By Joseph M. Galvin 1982 10 p. 901/358 

Labor Market Information Affirmative Action Programs 1982: 
Taunton LMA. By Francis Cahill 1982 10 p. 901/359 

Occupation/Industry Research Department 

Industrial Profile: Massachusetts & Labor Market Areas 1981. 
By David R. Farmer 1983 93 p. 902/290 

March 1979 Employment in Establishments Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and Employment 
by Size Group. I98O 7 p. 902/291 

March I98O Employment in Establishments Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and Employment 
by Size Groups, n.d. 8 p. 902/292 

March 1981 Employment in Establishments Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Umemployment Compensation 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and Employment 
by Size Groups, n.d. 8 p. 902/293 

March 1982 Employment in Establishemnts Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and Employment 
by Size Groups, n.d. 6 p. 902/294 

March 1983 Employment in Establishments Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and Employment 
by Size Groups, n.d. 7 p. 902/295 

March 1984 Employment in Establishments Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and Employment 
by Size Groups, n.d. 6 p. 902/296 

March 1985 Employment in Establishments Subject to the 

Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation 

for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and Employment 
by Size Groups. n.d. 6 p. 902/297 



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Division of Employment Security, Occupation /Industry Research 
Department . continued ' - 

See also: Department of Employment and Training 

March 1986 Employment in Establishments Subject to the 
Massachusetts Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensations 
for Federal Employees: Distribution of Establishments and Employment 
by Size Groups. n.d. 4 p. 902/298 

Supplement to Employment and Wages in Establishments Subject 
to the Massachusetts Employment Security Law: State Summary 1979, 
Government. 1979 5 p. 902/299 

Research and Policy Department 

Compendium of Massachusetts Labor Market Trends 1970-1983. 
By Peter Maloy and Gerald Fahey n.d. 172 p. 902/300 

Division of Environmental Health Assessment 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Health Assessment for Baird and McGuire, Norfolk County, 
Holbrook, MA (Draft). 1990 137 p. Cerclis No. MAD001041987 
[In conjunction with the U.S. Public Health Service, Agency for 
Toxic Substances and Disease Registry] 904/19^ 

Information Booklet: Southeastern Massachusetts Health Study 
Final Report; Investigation of Leukemia Incidence in 22 Massachusetts 
Communities 1978-1986. 1990 9 p. 904/195 

I-) S 2© . GO • S o't 9 

Southeastern Massachusetts Health Study Final Report: 
Investigation of Leukemia Incidence in 22 Massachusetts Communities 
1978 - 1986. By Martha Morris et al. 1990 [var. pag.] 904/196 

Division of Fairs 

too Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Agricultural Fairs, 1990-91. n.d. 4 p. 
903/218 

Division of Fire Prevention 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215-1201 

Massachusetts Burn Injury Reporting System 1988: Statistical 
Report. 1989 27 p. [See also 904/84] 904/197 

Massachusetts Fire Incident Reporting System Annual Report 1987. 
1989 112 p. 902/301 



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Division of Fisheries and Wildlife 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report I986. I986 50 p. 902/302 

Annual Report I987. 1987 47 p. 902/303 

Fish Massachusetts. 1990 31 p. 903/219 

Manual for the Issuance of Sporting, Hunting, Fishing & Trapping 
Licenses for 1990. I989 27 p. 901/360 

Pond Maps: Cape Cod. n.d. [unpaged] 902/304 

Pond Maps: Central Massachusetts, n.d. [unpaged] 902/305 

Pond Maps: Connecticut Valley. n.d. [unpaged] 902/306 

t P^ a^,5 f 77/ COKA./9S0 
Pond Maps: Northeast Massachusetts, n.d. [unpaged] 902/307 

Pond Maps: Southeast Massachusetts, n.d. [unpaged] 902/308 

£ p^ 3-^.^'. P77/ S6--^V>cc.4f f^^O 
Pond Maps: Western Massachusetts, n.d. [unpaged] 902/309 

Problem Animal Control Handbook, 2nd Edition. 1990 [unpaged] 
903/220 ^AS'SL.a-. f^'^ /a/q^O 

Field Headquarters 

One Rabbit Hill Road, Westboro, MA 01581 

Active Federal Aid Projects, Studies (Work Plans), Jobs and 
Items Under the Federal Aid Program as of 1 July 1990. 1990 11 p. 
904/198 

Information and Education Section 
Field Headquarters, One Rabbit Hill Road, Westboro, MA 01581 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 40, no. 1, Winter 1990. 1990 
37 p. 903/221 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 40, no. 2, Spring 1990. 1990 
37 p. 903/222 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 40, no. 3. Summer 1990. 1990 
37 p. 903/223 

Division of Food and Drugs 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Food and Drug Reporter, vol. 8, Issue 90-1, Spring 1990. 1990 
23 p. 903/224 



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Division of Hazardous Waste 

One Winter Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Program. Policy and Regulation Development Branch 

Hazardous Waste Regulations for Massachusetts: Public Hearing 
Draft Amendments to Regulations Spring 1990. n.d. 45 p. 
902/310 ^^^ 'A'i .7: H53>/M/11X' 

Division of Insurance 

280 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02114 

1980 Buying Your Automobile Insurance. n.d. 12 p. 903/225 

1981 Your Guide to Automobile Insurance, n.d. 12 p. 903/226 

1982 Your Guide to Automobile Insurance. n.d. 12 p. 903/227 

1983 Your Guide to Automobile Insurance, n.d. 10 p. 903/228 

1984 Your Guide to Automobile Insurance, n.d. 18 p. 903/229 

1985 Buying Your Automobile Insurance, n.d. 17 p. 903/230 

1986 Buying Your Automobile Insurance (Revised), n.d. 17 p. 
903/231 

1990 Buying Your Massachusetts Automobile Insurance, n.d. 20 p. 
903/232 Cf^^l.a.- e i ^ ^ ' ri 

Annual Report 1988. n.d. 25 p. 901/361 

Annual Statement Notice I989. n.d. 5 p. 903/233 

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts: Corporate Review, 
Executive Summary. 1990 13 P- [Prepared by Cresap-Tillinghast ] 
901/362 

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts: Corporate Review, 
Final Report. 1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared by Cresap-Tillinghast] 
901/363 

Decision, Opinion, Findings and Order Relative to the Safe 
Driver Insurance Plan for Automobile Insurance for 1991. 1990 
16 p. Docket No. G90-15 904/199 

Division of Marine Fisheries 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Review of Developments in Marine Living Resources, 
Engineering and Technology 1990. 1990 51 p. 904/200 



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Division of Marine Fisheries, continued 

May - November 1988 Massachusetts Coastal Commercial Lobster 
Trap Sampling Program. By Bruce T. Estrella and Steven X. Cadrin 

1989 23 p. 903/234 

May - November 1989 Massachusetts Coastal Commercial Lobster 
Trap Sampling Program. By Bruce T. Estrella and Steven X. Cadrin 

1990 21 p. 903/235 

Massachusetts Lobster Fishery Statistics 1989. By Thomas B. 
Hoopes 1989 22 p. Technical Series 24 [Includes addendum] 
904/201 

Cat Cove Marine Laboratory 
Environmental Analysis Section 
92 Fort Avenue, Salem, MA 01970 

Metal Concentrations in Marine Fish and Shellfish from Boston 
and Salem Harbors, and Coastal Massachusetts (Progress Report). 
By Nina M. Duston et al. 1990 121 p. 903/236 

Division of Merit System Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Building Pride Back Into Public Service, n.d. 2 p. 903/237 

Civil Service Employment in Public Safety Positions for Permanent 
Intermittent and Reserve Service. 1990. [unpaged] 903/238 

^ f if, rJ . L'-i'\^/ ^ 
Bureau of Local Government Services 

A Certification Handbook: Entry Level Police Officer Appointments 
Subject to Civil Service (Castro v. Beecher). 1990 [var. pag.] 
903/239 p^ ^ 1\ . X : CB'i 

Division of Occupational Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Follow-Up Evaluation Report on Vocational-Technical Programs in 
Boston. ,990 50 p. 903/2«^^^^. ^ .^ ^ , 

Massachusetts State Plan for Vocational-Technical Education for 
FY 1991-92. 1990 [unpaged] 903/241 

Survey of Massachusetts High School Students: Program Enrollment 
Decisions, High School Experiences, Career Plans and Post High School 
Plans, and Opinions about Vocational-Technical Education. I989 [var. 
pag.] 901/364 . 



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Division of Occupational Education, continued 

Teacher Trainees'" Assessment of the Chapter 74 Vocational Teacher 
Training Program. I989 [var. pag.] 901/365 

Vocational Technical Education in Boston: Towards Accountability, 
Prioritization, and Decentralization. By James Jennings and William 
Joseph Moore 1990 35 p. 903/242 

Bureau of Program Services 

Model Academic Curriculum for the Massachusetts Secondary 
Technical Vocational Setting, n.d. 141 p. 903/243 

Division of Occupational Hygiene 

1001 Watertown Street, West Newton, MA 02165 

2-Ethoxyethanol (cellosolve) . 1990 6 p. Recommended Safe 
Practices Bulletin 903/244 

2-Ethoxyethanol Acetate (cellosolve acetate). 1990 6 p. 
Recommended Safe Practices Bulletin 903/245 

2-Methoxyethanol (methyl cellosolve). 1990 6 p. Recommended 
Safe Practices Bulletin 903/246 

2-Methoxyethanol Acetate (methyl cellosolve acetate). 1990 
6 p. Recommended Safe Practices Bulletin 903/247 

Ethylene Glycol. I989 6 p. Recommended Safe Practices Bulletin 
901/366 

Health and Safety on the Job: Common Health in the Commonwealth, 
vol. 3, no. 4, December I988. I988 4 p. This series has ended 
with this issue. 902/311 

Lead (Lead Paint Removal). 1990 7 p. Recommended Safe Practices 
Bulletin 902/312 

Division of Public Employee Retirement Administration 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1101, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Investment Report for the Year Ending December 31, I989: 
Massachusetts Contributory Retirement Systems for Public Employees, 
n.d. 53 p. 904/202 P £ R B /. 3k*. m'3^1/ 3^ 

Commissioner's Report on the Examination of the Everett 
Contributory Retirement System January 1, 1984 - December 31, I986. 
1988 18 p. PERA 87: 23-033-02 901/367 



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Division of Public Employee Retirement Administration, continued 

Report on the Examination of Everett Retirement System January 1 , 
1987 - December 31, 1989- 1990 15 p. PERA 90: 04-033-03 
904/203 

Submission of New and Amended Rules and Regulations for Approval 
by the General Court. 1987 44 p. I987 Senate Doc 1914 901/368 

Division of Registration 

too Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY89. 1989 40 p. 903/249 

Division of School Programs 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Changing Schools and Communities: A Systemic Approach to 
Dropout Prevention, n.d. 61 p. 901/369 

Focus on Parents: Strategies for Increasing the Involvement 
of Underrepresented Families in Education. I989 43 p. 
901/370 s^ PH^ .^ r^^ 

The Student's Guide to Lobbying, 2nd edition. 1990 39 p. 

902/313 ^ o ^^.s. ■ Sf^H 

***Structuring Schools for Student Success: Teacher Support Teams 
Meeting the Challenge of At-Risk Students in Regular Education. 
By John Stager et al. 1990 12 p. ^ . ^903/250 ,, 

r D ^- ' • ^ ' ^ K<^-^J t 

Bureau of Student Development and Health 

Educating the Whole Student: The School's Role in the Physical, 
Intellectual, Social and Emotional Development of the Children. 
By Tim Dunn I99O 50 p. 902/314 . 

Structuring Schools for Student Success: A Focus on Ability 
Grouping. By Dan French and Sheldon Rothman 1990 28 p. 

Structuring Schools for Success Systemic School Change: A 
Comprehensive Approach to Raising Achievement and Keeping Students 
in School. By Dan French et al. 1990 24 p. 903/251 

£ ^O .■'^\ <ii '^o^ 
Early Childhood Advisory Council 

Future Trends in Early Childhood Programs, Volume III; 
The Emerging Role of the Public Schools in Child Care: Case Studies. 
1989 65 p. 901/371 ^ O^^' - > 



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Division of School Programs, continued 

ELMS Bureau (Education of Linguistic Minority Students) 

Annual Report FY89: The Condition of Transitional Bilingual 
Education Programs. 1990 18 p. 904/205 

Responding to Language Minority Students: A Handbook for 
Department of Education Personnel. 1990 24 p. 903/253 

Office of Community Education 

Parent-School Collaboration: A Compendium of Strategies for 
Parent Involvement. 1990 78 p. 904/206 

Office of Planning. Research and Evaluation 

Structuring Schools for Student Success: A Focus on Grade 
Retention. By Dan French and Jeff Nellhaus 1990 42 p. 

Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Control 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Bureau of Communicable Disease Control 

Adolescents at Risk: Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 1990 
[unpaged] [Includes charts] 903/255 

Division of Special Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

FY88-90 State Plan under Part B of the Education of the 
Handicapped Act as Amended by Public Law 94-142 and Public Law 99-457 
1986 104 p. 903/256 

FY91-93 State Plan under Part B of the Education of the 
Handicapped Act as Amended by Public Law 94-142 and Public Law 99-457 
1990 113 p. [Effective July 1, 1990 - June 30, 1993] 903/257 

Exit Facts: A Report of Students Who Left Special Education 
in the School Year 1988-89, 2nd Edition. 1990 6 p. 904/208 

Exit Facts: A Report on Students Who Left Special Education 
in the School Year 1987-88, 1st Edition. 1989 5 p. 904/207 

Ten Step Guide for Comprehensive Educational Assessment of 
Students with Visual Impairments. 1990 86 p. 902/315 

E ^^ . A ■. T 5i 5 



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Division of Special Education, continued 
Bureau of Institutional Schools 

Program & Resource Guide. 1990 47 p. 903/258 

Division of Standards 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1990. 
1990 20 p. 903/259 

Division of Substance Abuse 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Alcohol Use Trends Among Massachusetts Adolescents: 1984 - 
1987. By Carol N. Williams et al. I989 [var. pag.] [Prepared 
by Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 902/316 

Cigarette Smoking Among Massachusetts Teenagers. By Carol N. 
Williams et al. I988 [var. pag.] [Prepared by Health and 
Addictions Research, Inc.] 902/317 

\-i 5 E) I , Qi. •- C N ^^ 

The Impact on the Court System of Programmatic and Legislative 
Changes for Drunken Drivers. By Dina A. Traniello et al. I989 
15 p. [Prepared by Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 

902/318 ^^^ C,( ^ •-^;^^.^ y 

Indicators of Substance Use in Massachusetts, Preliminary 
Report (Draft). By Dennis McCarty et al. 1990 [unpaged] 
[Prepared by Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 902/319 

H b & / . a '. f q I 

Intravenous Drug User Admissions to Substance Abuse Treatment 
FY88. By Kim Jaffee I989 20 p. [Prepared by Health and 
Addictions Research, Inc.] 902/320 

h5 £/,^-. X/v^ 

A Profile of Cocaine Clients Admitted to Substance Use Treatment 
in FY89. By Lisa Steriti and Kim Jaffee 1989 8 p. [Prepared by 
Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 902/321 

Division of Substance Abuse Services 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Drug Use Trends in Greater Boston and Massachusetts. By Michael 
B. Hofman et al. 1990 18 p. [Prepared by Health and Addictions 
Research, Inc.] 903/260 



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Division of Substance Abuse Services, continued 

An Evaluation ofFirst Offender Driver Alcohol Education 
Models: 40 Hours Versus 15 Hours. By Kim D. Jaffee et al. 

1989 44 p. [In conjunction with Health and Addictions Research, 
Inc.] 901/372 '.-S/ .%: Pv IS 

Indicators of Substance Abuse in Massachusetts. By Dennis 
McCarthy et al. 1990 61 p. See also: 902/319 [Prepared in 
conjunction with Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 903/261 

w V B i Q, ; c ;-. 't 

A Profile of Women Admitted to Substance Abuse Treatment in FY89. 
By Julie M. Nardone and Lisa Steriti 1990 19 p. [Prepared by 
Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 903/262 

H.: :■:.:-.•, f 'V S^D. 

Results of the State Legalization Impact Assistance Grant 
Study. By Christopher Christian 1989 8 p. [Prepared by 
Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 903/263 

Division of Water Pollution Control 

One Winter Street, 6th and 7th floors, Boston, MA 02108 

Nonpoint Source Management Plan I989. 1989 160 p. 901/373 

Technical Services Branch 

Westview Building, Lyman School, Rt. 9, Westborough, MA 01581 

Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Surveys Performed by the Technical 
Services Branch: Biomonitoring Program 1973-1989. By Arthur S. 
Johnson I989 7 p. 903/264 , ., , . /., 

Biological Assessment of Water Quality Conditions in the 
Nashua River and Selected Tributaries (Results of the 1985 Survey). 
By Arthur S. Johnson et al.1990 50 p. 904/209 

E: Pi -'■.-■ ■' ' f fe- / 

Boston Harbor I987 and I988: Water Quality Data, Wastewater 
Discharge Data, Sediment Data. 1990 67 p. 903/265 

Buzzards Bay Cranberry Bog Input Study 1986: A Special Water 
Quality Study. By Lawrence W. Gill 1990 108 p. 903/266 

Buzzards Bay Research: Bacteriological Data Analysis I986. 
By Joan L. Beskenis 1990 124 p. 903/267 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Summary of Water Quality 1990. 

1990 88 p. 903/268 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Summary of Water Quality, Appendix 
I - Basin/Segment Information. 1990 105 p. 903/269 



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Division of Water Pollution Control, Technical Services Branch, 
continued 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Summary of Water Quality, Appendix 
II - Masssachusetts Lake Classification Program. 1990 45 p. 
903/270 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Summary of Water Quality, 
Executive Summary. 1990 8 p. 903/271 

Deerfield River Basin Survey 1988 (Interim Final Report). 
By Margo Webber 1989 77 p. 901/375 

Hoosic River Basin 1985 Survey Report. By Paul Hogan 1990 
52 p. 902/322 

Instream and Laboratory Evaluations of the Toxicity of 
Chlorinated Municipal Wastewaters. By Gerald M. Szal et al. 1990 
132 p. Biomonitoring Project No. 88-04 903/272 
G (n !? V' V ', : , , 

Little River/Alewife Brook Survey 1988: Sampling Data and 
Analysis. By Leslie K. O'Shea and Laurie E. Kennedy I989 123 P- 
903/273 

Martone Landfill and Powder Mill Pond Evaluation I988 and 
1989. By Richard S. Dorfman and Gregory J. Cesare 1990 [var. 
pag.] 902/323 J /i r*>,A'. W^^/q^^ -«i"^^ 

A Massachusetts Merrimack River Water Supply Protection 
Initiative 1990. By Nora E. Hanley 113 p. 902/324 

Massachusetts Surface Water Quality Standards 1990. 1990 
106 p. 904/210 ^ ^ Xy.-^'^ «^2>"=bX/€ 

Millers River Basin I987 Wastewater Discharge Data. By Leslie 
K. O'Shea 1990 237 p. 903/274 

The Millers River Basin: 1987 Water Quality Analysis. By 
Patricia E. Austin et al. 1990 [var. pag.] [Second printing 
with corrections in data tables] 903/275 

Nantucket Harbor Water Quality Survey I988: Water Quality 
Survey Data, Summary of Significant Findings. By Christine L. 
Duerring and Catherine O'Riordan 1990 48 p. 902/325 

North River Basin: Investigation of Bacterial Sources of 
Fecal Contamination to the North River 1987. By Joan L. Beskenis 
1990 86 p. 903/276 g f]B.'^ ,%: tit 5/ " 

Publications of the Technical Services Branch 1963 - 1989. 
1989 36 p. 902/326 



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Division of Water Pollution Control, Technical Services Branch. 
continued 

Rumford, Wading and Threemile Rivers 1988 Water Quality 
Survey Data, Wastewater Discharge Data and Water Quality Analysis. 
By Richard S. Dorfman 1990 [var. pag.] 903/278 

Shawsheen River 1989: Water Quality Data and Analysis. 
By Richard S. Dorfman 1990 18 p. 904/211 

Standard Operating Procedures: Biomonitoring Program 1990. 
1990 143 p. 903/279 

Sturbridge Wastewater Treatment Plant: Wasteload Allocation 
Documentation. By Margo Webber 1989 42 p. 903/280 

- f ASt , A : 5 f S ■<' 

Ware and Quaboag Rivers 1989: Water Quality Data, Wastewater 
Discharge Data and Analysis. By Richard S. Dorfman 1990 31 p. 
904/212 

Division of Water Resources 

too Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1986 for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1986. 

1986 15 p. 902/327 

Annual Report 1987 for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1987. 

1987 14 p. 902/328 

Annual Report 1988 for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1988. 

1988 15 p. 902/329 

Charles River Basin: Hydrologic Analysis & Recommendations 
for a Minimum Streamflow Threshold, vol. II. 1989 77 p. 

904/213 rBi-^.oJ,' C73/v.a 

Hudson River Basin: Analysis of Water Resources and Water Uses, 
Volume II. 1989 93 p. 902/330 

Hydrologic Data for the Nashua and Souhegan River Basins, 
Massachusetts. By Bruce P. Hansen et al. 1989 73 p. U.S. 
•Geological Survey Open-File Report 87-221 [Massachusetts Hydrologic 
Data Report No. 271 902/331 

Massachusetts Water Supply Agencies: Addresses and Contacts. 

1989 65 p. 902/332 

Yield and Quality of Ground Water from Stratif ied-Drift 
Aquifers, Taunton River Basin, Massachusetts (Executive Summary). 
By Wayne W. Lapham and Julio C. Olimpio 1989 11 p. U.S. 
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report 86-4053A 
901/376 



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Division of Water Resources, continued 

Water Resources in the French-Quinbaug Rivers Basin, 
Massachusetts: MAP. By Valerie A. Eames and Victoria J. Epstein 
1988 Hydrologic Investigating Atlas HA-700 [In conjunction with 
the U.S. Geological Survey] 904/214 

Division of Waterways 

349 Lincoln Street, Building 45, Hingham, MA 02043 

The State of Our Harbors: An Examination of Massachusetts 
Harbor Conditions and Related Economic Parameters. 1990 54 p. 
903/281 ^v^ V'^- \iJ^', iS-f ,3^^ 

Division of Wetlands and Waterways Regulation 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Wetlands Report, Spring I987. 1987 10 p. 901/377 

Education Loan Authority 

711 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report I989. n.d. 20 p. 901/378 

Educational Assessment Program 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Chapter 188 

1989 Massachusetts Educational Assessment Program: Description 
of Test Content and Reporting Categories. I989 39 p. 901/379 

£ O A^A S I .. r , 

Massachusetts Basic Skills Tests: I989 Results. 1990 21 p. 
902/333 

Moving Geometry from the Back of the Book: A Report on 
Geometry and Measurement in the 1986 Assessment. 1987 35 p. 
90^/216 ^(~. ^. 1,0. , IV. V 

On Their Own: Student Response to Open-Ended Tests in Mathematics, 
By Elizabeth Badger I989 54 p. 901/380 

^ ^"^ ' ^'- ^^ ^ • .' '^'^■ 

On Their Own: Student Response to Open-Ended Tests in Reading. 
By Elizabeth Badger and Brenda Thomas I989 46 p. 901/381 

H! C '^^ '^ '^ '• e» A \ j r' 

On Their Own: Student Response to Open-Ended Tests in Science. 
By Elizabeth Badger and Brenda Thomas I989 54 p. 901/382 



5 O ^ 



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:homas 1989 54 p 



Educational Assessment Program^ Chapter 188. continued 

On Their Own: Student Response to Open-Ended Tests in Social 
Studies. By Brenda Thomas 1989 70 p. 901/383 

Reading and Thinking: A New Framework for Comprehension. 
1987 35 p. 902/334 

School Achievement: How Massachusetts Students Measure Up; 
A Report on the 1990 Massachusetts Educational Assessment Program. 
1990 1 p. 904/215 , . . . . / / . . 

Science in the Elementary Schools. 1987 16 p. 904/217 

^fe , - ■-- ■•■-. ' '^,,.7/3 

Office of Planning. Research and Evaluation 

Chapter 188 Science Performance at Grades 8 and 12: Further 
Analysis of the 1988 Test Results. 1990 28 p. 903/282 

Description of the MEAP (Massachusetts Educational Assessment 
Program) Proficiency Scales. 1990 47 p. . 904/218 

The Massachusetts Educational Assessment Program: 1990 
Statewide Summary. 1990 45 p. 904/219 

Summary of District Performance: 1988 and 1990. 1990 
[unpaged] 904/220 

Using the School Report. 1990 35 p. 904/221 

Educational Financing Authority 

711 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02111 
Note: This agency was formerly called Educational Loan 
Authority 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 20 p. 904/222 

Educational Technologies 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 
See also: Bureau of Educational Technologies, Department of Education 

BET Update, February 1990. 1990 8 p. 901/384 

BET Update May 1990. 1990 9 p. 902/335 

Elections Division 

One Ashburton Place, 17th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Election Day Legal Summary, n.d. 2 p. 903/283 



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Elections Division, continued 

Election Officers Handbook 
1990 30 p. 904/223 



AVM Voting Machine Procedures. 



Election Officers Handbook: Optical Scanner Voting Procedures. 
1990 22 p. '0*/225^, ^.,,^X*.Q/V.^O 

Election Officers Handbook: Paper Ballot Procedures. 1988 
20 p. 90V22i, ^^ , ^. g^ s6/3/<)'^<? 

Election Officers Handbook: SHOUP Voting Machine Procedures. 
1988 26 p. 904/226 ^ , ^ ^ , , .^^^ 

Guide to Campaign Practices. 1989 6 p. 903/284 

How to Vote by Absentee Ballot, n.d. 2 p. 903/285 

How to Vote in Massachusetts. 1990 2 p. 903/286 

Massachusetts Senatorial Districts Established by Chapter 305 of 
the Acts of 1987. n.d. 46 p. [Includes map] 903/287 

5 5 7. :x ■ . mS G 

The Official Massachusetts Information for Voters: The Ballot 
Questions in 1990. 1990 30 p. 904/227 

Voter Registration Partnership 

VOTE You Can Make a Difference! Register and Vote. n.d. 
[unpaged] 903/288 

Energy Facilities Siting Council 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2109, Boston, MA 02202 

Volume 16 Decisions and Orders. I99O 411 p. 903/289 

Volume 17 Decisions and Orders. I988 416 p. 903/290 

Volume 19 Decisions and Orders. 1990 474 p. 903/291 

Volume 20 Decisions and Orders. 1990 410 p. 904/228 



Energy Office 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

Conservation Extension Service 

Guidelines for the New Lighting Code. n.d. 22 p. 



903/292 



96 



Executive Office for Administration and Finance 

Room 373, State House, Boston,. MA 02133 

A&F Announces Reduction of 5,006 State Employees Since July 1, 
1988. 1990 [unpaged] 901/385 

Communication Relative to a Revised Schedule of Fees and Charges 
to be Assessed by State Agencies. 1987 39 p. 1987 Senate Doc 
1710 901/386 

Communication Relative to Fees and Charges Assessed by the 
Commonwealth. 1987 39 p. 1987 House Doc 5300 (corrected reprint) 
901/387 

The Culbreath Case. 1988 [var. pag.] 904/229 

Estimate of Revenue for the Current Fiscal Year (FY91) and FY92. 
1990 6 p. [Statement of L. Edward Lashman, Jr.] 903/293 

Fact Sheet: Administration and Finance Operations. 1990 5 p. 
904/230 

Special Report Relative to Further Regulating the Conduct of 
Horse Racing. 1987 13 p. 1987 House Doc 6070 901/388 

Special Report Relative to Making Corrective Changes to Close 
FY90 and Open FY91. 1990 7 p. 1990 House Doc 6137 903/294 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Campaign (COMEC) 

COMEC Region I. 1990 14 p. 904/231 
Office of Human Resource Administration 

Report on "03" Contracts FY88. n.d. 19 p. 901/389 

Special Commission on Police Consolidation 

Report. 1990 [var. pag.] [Includes dissent of Senator John A. 
Brennan, Jr., Representative Michael F. Flaherty and Commissioner M, 
Ilyas Bhatti of the Metropolitan District Commission] 904/232 

Executive Office of Communities and Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Community Development Action Grant Program I985 - 1986. n.d. 
20 p. 903/295 

Massachusetts Housing Report, April I989. 1989 15 p. 
901/390 



97 



Executive Office of Communities and Development, continued 

Massachusetts Housing Report, Vol. II, No. 2, January 1990. 
1990 18 p. 901/391 

Municipal Impact, February 1990. 1990 12 p. 901/392 

Municipal Impact May 1990. 1990 12 p. 902/336 

Municipal Impact, August 1990.1990 12 p. 903/296 

Municipal Impact, October 1990. 1990 11 p. 904/233 

Tax-Related Initiative Petitions, Summary. By Anita Kramer and 
James Schultz 1979 24 p. 903/297 

Housing Services Program 

Housing Services Program Report 1986. n.d. [unpaged] 
902/337 

Housing Services Program 1987. n.d. 5 p. 902/338 

Office of Fuel Assistance 

Cold Relief: Massachusetts 1990-91 Energy Assistance Programs. 
1990 4 p. 904/234 

Office of Local and Regional Planning 

ANR (Approval Not Required): Plans Not Requiring Approval under 
the Subdivision Control Law. By Donald J. Schmidt and Tracy Paiva 
1990 [var. pag.] 904/235 

Planner's Briefing, Vol. 1, Edition 1, March 1990. 1990 8 p. 
902/339 

Planner's Briefing, Vol. 1, Edition 2, April 1990. 1990 10 p. 
902/340 

Planner's Briefing, Vol. 1, Edition 3, June 1990. 1990 10 p. 
903/298 

. Office of Planning and Management 

Deerfield River Comprehensive Management Plan. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[In conjunction with the Strategic Planning Program and Franklin 
County Planning Department] 904/236 

u '■ ,,■» \ D-?. • 

Planner's Briefing, Vol. 1, Edition 4, October 1990. 1990 10 p. 
904/237 



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Executive Office of Communities and Development, Office of 
Planning and Management . continued 

Planner's Briefing, Vol. 1, Edition 5, November 1990. 1990 7 p. 
904/238 

Office of Program and Policy Development 

Housing Report, vol. 2, No. 3, June 1990. 1990 15 p. 
903/299 

Housing Report, vol. 2, no. 4, October 1990. 1990 17 p. 904/239 

"RDAL" (Rental Housing Development Action Loan Program) 

Request for Proposals for the Provision of Legal Services. 1990 
6 p. 904/240 

Small Cities Program 

Economic Development Set-Aside Program Guide, August 1985. 
1985 43 p. 901/393 

FY83 Competition: Final Application Package, n.d. [unpaged] 
902/341 

Final Program Statement FY87. n.d. 17 p. 902/342 

General Fund FY84: Application Package for EOCD Multi-Year 
Grantees, n.d. 31 p. 902/343 

General Fund FY86 Application Package, n.d. 54 p. 902/344 

Program Guide 1985. n.d. 17 p. 902/345 

Proposed Program Statement FY86. n.d. 11 p. 902/346 

Requests for Proposals: Feasibility Study Grants, n.d. 31 P. 
903/300 

Request for Proposals: Housing Bonus Fund for FY84 Grantees, 
n.d. 11 p. 902/347 

Special Round: Community Facilities and Infrastructure, 
Request for Proposals FY89. 1989 43 p. 902/348 

Executive Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Bank Fee Survey 1989: Automated Teller Machine Fees for Regular 
N.O.W. Accounts, n.d. 8 p. 902/349 , 



99 



Executive Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation, 

continued 

Bank Fee Survey 1990. 1990 10 p. 904/2^1 

College Consumer: A Student Guide to Consumer Rights. n.d. 8 i 
902/350 . ;^ .. ^; 

Consumer's Guide to Massachusetts: Retail Advertising 
Regulations, n.d. 2 p. 902/351 

Dealer's Guide to Massachusetts Used Vehicle Warranty Law. 
1988 25 p. 901/394 ^ f)l . 2l . CI ^ ^ j&h j ^<\0 

Massachusetts Food Store Item Pricing Law. n.d. 1 p. 
902/352 Cftf.a-. rA S'?. /s 

Profile, n.d. 3 p. 903/301 

C A 1 , 9. ■ €>. 3/ 
Sour Deals: A Survey of Used Car Buyers in Massachusetts. 
1990 16 p. [In conjunction with MASSPIRG] 902/353 

Used Vehicle Warranty Program Arbitration Kit for Consumers. 
1990 17 p. 903/302 

Used Vehicle Warranty Program: Arbitrator Handbook. 1990 
16 p. [In conjunction with the American Arbitration Association] 
903/303 

Weight Loss Centers Found Violating Consumer Law. 1990 4 p. 

Lemon Law Arbitration Program 

Statistics for the Lemon Law Program 1989. 1990 8 p. 

Used Vehicle Warranty Program 

Used Vehicle Warranty Law: Fact Sheet. 1990 1 p. 901/396 

Executive Office of Elder Affairs 

38 Chauncy Street, Boston, MA 02111 

An Analysis of the Massachusetts Congregate Housing Program. 
By Robert L. Mollica et al. 1989 9 p. 901/397 

£H.'X: h '^. i i 

Choosing Your Medicare Supplemental Insurance: A Practical 
Guide to Costs and Coverage, January 19, 1990, Revised February 14, 
1990. 1990 13 p. 901/398 



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Executive Office of Elder Affairs, continued 

Elder Protective Services ProRram 

Report FY89. 1989 Evar. pag.] 902/354 

Health Policy Unit 

A Consumer's Guide to Long Term Care Insurance. 1990 29 p. 
[Prepared in conjunction with the Division of Insurance] 904/242 

Long Term Care Ombudsman Program ' 

Annual Report to the Legislature FY89. n.d. 38 p. 
901/399 

Long Term Care Project 

Demonstration of A Public-Private Partnership for Long Term 
Care Insurance: Request for Proposals, October 30, I989. 1989 
[var. pag.] 902/355 g; j^j ^iDSM 

Understanding Nursing Home Use in Massachusetts: An Analysis 
of MaS/Sachusetts Long Term Care Utilization Patterns. By Ken 
Farbstein et al. I989 48 902/356 

Ombudsman Program 

A Consumer's Guide to Nursing and Rest Homes, 2nd Edition. 
1990 51 p. 904/243 ^ l\ .^\ C71 / %\0 

The Restraint Reduction Task Force 

A Practical Guide to Reducing the Use of Restraints in Nursing 
Homes. 1990 41 p. 904/244 

Executive Office of Environmental Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

An Environment at Risk: The First Annual Report on The State 
of the Massachusetts Environment. 1990 129 p. 902/357 

Plan to Spray for Mosquitos in Southeastern Massachusetts. 1990 
4 p. [In regard to Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EE) virus] 
903/305 e^^l.A'SV^^/^ 



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Executive Office of Human Services 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1105, Boston, MA 02108 

Clean Harbors of Braintree, Inc.: Potential Impact on Public 
Health. 1990 [var. pag.] [Recommendation sent to Secretary of 
Environmental Affairs] 904/245 

Fact Sheet: AIDS Fund Check-Off on Income Tax Form. 1990 

1 p. 903/306 HS i.a; A. S.S-, 

Human Services News: New Prevention Campaign Launched. 1990 
[var. pag.] 903/307 

Bureau of Transitional Planning 

Turning 22: A Transition Handbook for Families. 1989 56 p. 
903/308 \\5 l.^.\ r%^ 

Office of Auditing and Accounts 

Semi-Annual Legislative Report FY9O: December 31, I989. 
1989 82 p. 902/358 

Executive Office of Transportation and Construction 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Public Transportation Program 

The Intercity Bus Capital Assistance Program, n.d. 3 p. 
902/359 

The Mobility Assistance Program. 1986 8 p. 902/360 

Paratransit Reciprocity Program for Persons with Disabilities, 
n.d. 6 p. 902/361 

Public Transportation Overview, n.d. 1 p. 902/364 

The Regional Transit Assistance in Massachusetts. I986 6 p. 
902/365 

Regional Transit Authority Capital Assistance Program: Fact Sheet, 
n.d. 1 p. 902/366 

Transportation Access Pass Program, n.d. 4 p. 902/367 

Wheelchair Access to Intercity Bus Service: The Massachusetts 
Experience. By Pamela M. Lebeaux I987 18 p. 902/368 



102 



Film Office 

10 Park Plaza, Suite 2310, Boston, MA 02116 ' - 

An Economic Survey of the Massachusetts Film and Video Production 
Industry 1987 and 1988. 1989 25 p. [Prepared by Butterfield 
Communications Group, Cambridge, MA] 901/400 

Fitchburg State College 

160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420-2697 

The President's Report 1986-87: Focus on Faculty, n.d. 
[unpaged] 903/309 

The President's Report 1987-88. n.d. 16 p. 903/310 

The President's Report 1988-89. n.d. 18 p. 903/311 

Undergraduate Catalog I988-89. n.d. 180 p. 903/312 

Undergraduate Catalog 1990-91. n.d. 210 p. 903/313 

General Court 

State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Black Legislative Caucus 

Room 540, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

"A Global Crisis: Our Children at Risk" Twelfth Annual 
Awards Fundraiser. 1990 [unpaged] 903/314 

Legislative Overview 1988. I989 216 p. 901/401 

Clerk of the Senate and Clerk of the House 

Rooms 334 and 146, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

List of Committees of The General Court of Massachusetts 
(corrected through March 30, 1990). 1990 84 p. 904/246 

Counsel to the House of Representatives 
Room 139} State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Note: On Direct Appellate Review of a Report from the Superior 

Court 

Town of Brookline, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants v. Michael S. 
Dukakis, et al., Defendants-Appellees. By Louis A. Rizoli and 
Elaine M. Farrell n.d. [var. pag.] S.J.C. No. 5250 [Amicus 
Curiae Brief of Counsel to the Massachusetts House of Representatives 
Submitted to the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. See also: 
901/3] 901/402 



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General Court, continued 

House Committee on Ethics 

Room 163, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Special Report Relative to a Disposition Agreement between 
Speaker George Keverian and the State Ethics Commission, May 7, 
1990. 1990 3 p. 902/369 <f C C.6 S ? .S p59s 

House Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 146, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

A Review of Murder Convictions in Massachusetts in this Century. 
1989 55 p. 901/403 

House Committee on Ways and Means 

Room 238, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Medicaid and the Massachusetts Health System in FY91, Executive 
Summary. 1990 5 p. 902/370 ^ 

Cr C C . W 'A^C/a •. /V\ Wj^G 
Joint Committee on Counties 
Room 33, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Feasibility of State Takeover of all Essential and Necessary 
Functions and Services of County Government. 1990 6 p. 1990 
House Doc 608l [Interim report] 903/315 

Joint Committee on Local Affairs 

Room 134, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Legislative Review 1989. [var. pag.] 901/404 

Legislative Research Bureau 

30 Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Thirty-Fifth Annual Report of the Legislative Research Council 
and the Legislative Research Bureau (Includes Cumulative List of 
All Major Research Council Reports Since 1956 in Appendix A). 
1989 47 p. [1990 House Doc 2000] 902/371 

Office of the Speaker of the House 

Room 356, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

1985 Report on Examination of Statement of Appropriations, 
Expenditures and Encumbrances Related to Certain Operating Accounts 
and of Analysis of Expenditures by Account Classification and 
Letter of Recommendation. I986 9 p. [Prepared by Touche Ross & 
Co.] 903/3I6 



104 



General Court, Office of the Speaker of the House, continued 

1986 Report on Examination of Statement of Appropriations, 
Expenditures and Encumbrances Related to Certain Operating Accounts 
and of Analysis of Expenditures by Account Classification and 
Letter of Recommendations . 1 986 10 p. [Prepared by Touche Ross] 
903/317 

1987 Statement of Available Funds and Expenditures for the 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, I987 Together with Auditors' Report. 

1988 3 p. [Prepared by Arthur Andersen & Co.] 903/318 

1989 Statement of Available Funds and Expenditures for the 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, I989 Together with Auditors' Report. 

1989 5 p. [Prepared by Arthur Andersen & Co.] 903/319 

The House 1989: A Summary of Legislative Actions. 1990 
44 p. 902/372 

Representative Gregory W. Sullivan 
Room 42, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Growth in the State Workforce 1983 - 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
904/247 (r CG.'>.'. ^ ^1 

Senate Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 312, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

The Adult Correctional Education Program of the Massachusetts 
Department of Correction: A Performance Audit. 1990 50 p. 
C199O Senate Doc I85O] 904/248 ^. r 's . f B i 1 ' F; 'i U' 

Analysis of FY89 Department of Mental Health Allocations. 1990 
32 p. [See also: 1990 Senate Doc 1715] 902/373 

S CS>.fP>i\ : AaHM 

Case Studies in Public Construction: The Impact of Chapter 
579 of the Acts of I98O. 1990 41 p. 1990 Senate Doc 1776 
903/320 C ":> . P >^\]'. C^'$ 

The December 1989 Heating Oil Crisis. 1990 25 p. 901/405 

^ C & . Pft/j; 3S 

Drawing on Public Authorities' Resources to Reduce a Budget Gap: 
Learning from New York S. 1500. 1990 34 p. [See also: 1990 
Senate Doc I5OO] 901/406 ^ ^ E, PpiM . 0^"^ 

Endowment Development in Massachusetts Public Higher Education. 

1990 38 p. [1990 Senate Doc 1820] 904/249 .^ 

Findings Relative to the Commonwealth's Deferred Compensation 
Plan. 1989 9 p. 1989 Senate Doc 2150 901/407 

An Investment on Returns: Marketing Recyclable Materials in 
Massachusetts. 1990 54 [See also: 1990 Senate Doc I585] 
902/374 (f Ch.fBil ^Ir,^ 



105 



General Court, Senate Committee on Post Audit and Oversight. 
continued 

Local Government Finance in 1991: The Crisis Continues. 1990 
14 p. [1990 Senate Doc 1870] 904/250 

^ C & ,f nil ' L7is/a 
Special Commission on Growth and Change 
Room 22, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Final Report (Adopted January 23, 1990). 1990 51 P. 
901/408 

Special Commission on Tax Reform 
59 Temple Place, Room 320, Boston, MA 02111 
Note: This commission is no longer in existence. 

About Massachusetts Taxes: Personal Income Tax, Research 
Highlights, n.d. [unpaged] 901/409 

About Massachusetts Taxes: Sales Tax, Research Highlights, 
n.d. [var. pag.] 901/410 

About Massachusetts Taxes: Taxes on Business, Research 
Highlights, n.d. [unpaged] 901/411 

Special Commission on the Implementation of Police Consolidation 
Room 320, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Facts and Recommendations (Draft). I99O 3 p. 902/375 

Special Commission Relative to the Admission and Denial of Drug 
and Alcohol Patients in Hospitals and Other Facilities 
Room 506, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Interim Report. I986 46 P. I986 House Doc 6479 901/412 

Special Commission to Study the Economic Impact of the Closing 

of the Belchertown State School 

Room 409, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report. 1990 28 p. 1990 House Doc 6139 903/321 

Special Legislative Commission on Children in Need of Services 
Room 22, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

The Availablility and Affordability of Programs for Latch-Key 
Children. I989 33 P. 901/413 

"In Trouble": Children and Families in Need of Services (Final 
Report). 1989 [var. pag.] 901/414 



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General Court, continued 

Special Senate Committee on Electronic Media Access 
Room 511, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report on the Manner, Conditions and Extent to which Formal 
Sessions of the Senate Shall be Made Accessible to Electronic 
Media Including Television and Radio. I989 8 P. I989 Senate 
Doc 2081 901/^15 

Special Subcommittee on Foster Care 
Room 167, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Fact Sheet on Child Abuse and Foster Children, n.d. 3 ?• 
Findings and Recommendations of the Report, n.d. 67 p. 

General Findings and Recommendations, n.d. 18 p. 

904/253 

(^ CIO. HS%p; Sp3/ 

Genetics Program 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

The Genetic Resource, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1990 (10th Issue). 1990 
58 p. 902/376 

Government Land Bank 

One Court Street, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02108 

Bank On Us for Housing and Economic Development Projects with a 
Strong Public Purpose, n.d. 1 p. 901/416 

Government Land Bank Financial Statements for the years ended 
June 30, 1989 and I988. I989 12 p. 901/417 

Land Bank Developments, Winter 1990 Newsletter. 1990 6 p. 
901/418 

Summary of Government Land Bank Operations and Accomplishments 
FY89. n.d. 3 p. 901/419 

Governor 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Alcohol and Drug Treatment: A Directory of Resources for 
Massachusetts Residents 1985-86. n.d. 10 p. [In conjunction 
with the Massachusetts Bar Association] 903/328 



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Governor, continued 

Analysis of the Commonwealth's Public Sector Workforce, April 5, 
1990. By Peter W. Agnes, Jr. 1990 39 p. 902/377 

•By 2, % '. 'f^'" ^^ 
Code of Conduct for State Managers and Certain Other Public 
Employees (Official Draft for Comment). 1990 30 p. 901/420 

The Governor's Budget Submission FY91 , January 24, 1990: 
Volume I, Narrative. 1990 [var. pag.] 1990 House Doc 1 
901/421 

The Governor's Budget Submission FY91 , January 24, 1990: 
Volume II, Capital Outlay. 1990 [var. pag.] 1990 House Doc 1 
901/422 

The Governor's Budget Submission FY91 , January 24, 1990: 
Volume III, Tax Expenditures. 1990 [var. pag.] 1990 House Doc 1 
901/423 

The Governor's Budget Submission FY9I , January 24, 1990: 
Volume IV, Line Items. 1990 [var. pag.] 1990 House Doc 1 
901/424 

Massachusetts On the Job — Building the Nineties. 1990 
18 p. [Speech delivered by Governor Michael S. Dukakis July 23, 
1990] 903/329 ^^ 3,,^-, (\\S>'% 

A Report of the Exercise of the Pardoning Power by the Governor, 
with the Advice and Consent of the Council during the year I985. 
1987 40 p. 1987 Senate Doc 1927 901/425 

The State of the State: Governor Michael S. Dukakis' Report to 
the People of Massachusetts Delivered before a Joint Session of 
the Massachusetts Legislature in the Chamber of the House of 
Representatives, State House, Boston on Tuesday, January 16, 1990. 
1990 13 p. 1990 Senate Doc 1420 [In years prior to 1990, this 
document has been numbered Senate 1.] 901/426 

Economic Summit 

Winning the Nineties: An Economic Strategy for Massachusetts 
(A Draft for Discussion); presented at MIT on January 19, 1990. 
1990 34 p. [Includes map attachment, 6 p.] 901/427 

Governor's Advisory Committee on Corrections 

c/o Hon. William T. Hogan Jr. 

Dedham District Court, 63I High Street, Dedham, MA 02026 

Report. 1990 12 p. 904/254 



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Governor's Advisory Council on Radiation Protection 

c/o Department of Public Health, Commissioner's Office 
150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report 1988. 1989 4 p. 901/428 

Governor's Alliance Against Drugs 

One Ashburton Place, Room 2131, Boston, MA 02108 

About Teens & Drugs. 1989 15 p. 903/322 
Calendar 1990. n.d. [unpaged] 902/378 

Fact Sheet, n.d. 4 p. 903/323, 

<> e 7. i) • P ^ f 7 f^S'^ 

For Employers Only: Creating a Drug-Free Workplace. 1990 
[unpaged] [In conjunction with the U. S. Department of Justice, 
Drug Enforcement Administration] 903/324 

News and Information, Vol. I, No. 1, March 1985. 1985 4 p. 
902/379 

News and Information, Vol. I, No. 2, June 1985. 1985 1 p. 
902/380 

News and Information, Vol. II, No. 1, December 1986. 1986 4 p, 
902/381 

News and Information, Vol. II, No. 2, June 1987. 1987 3 p. 
902/382 

News and Information, Vol. II, No. 3, October 1987. 1987 3 P- 
902/383 

News and Information, Vol. Ill, No. 1, January 1988. 1988 3 p. 
902/384 

News and Information, Vol. Ill, No. 2, June 1988. 1988 2 p. 
902/385 

News and Information, Vol. Ill, No. 3, October I988. I988 3 p. 
902/386 

News and Information, Vol. V, No. 1, Fall I989. 1989 2 p. 
902/387 

News and Information, Vol. V, No. 2, Winter 1990. 1990 2 p. 
902/388 

News and Information, Vol. V, No. 3, Summer 1990. 1990 4 p. 
904/255 



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Governor's Alliance Against Drugs, continued 

"What Do You Say?" A Parent's Guide to Talking With Children 
About Drugs and Alcohol, n.d. 2 p. 903/325 

Governor's Committee on Physical Fitness & Sports 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1109, Boston, MA 02108 

Fitness Day on the Hill 1990. 1990 [kit] 902/389 

Governor's Management Task Force 

c/o William M. Crozier, Jr., Baybanks, Inc. 
175 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110 

••♦Massachusetts: Managing Our Future; Volume I Text & Appendices, 
1990 132 p. 902/390 G C/. -? 1 /v\o. "^ f /V^'^ /V./ 

Massachusetts: Managing Our Future; Volume II Tables. 1990 
115 p. 902/391 



(^Qyn . ^v^'5/vv^ S*"^!'^^, ^ 



Governor's Office on Women's Issues 

Room 109A, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Dependent Care Assistance Plan: Fact Sheet (Draft). 
1990 2 p. [Information also available from: Office of Employee 
Relations, One Ashburton Place, Room 1001, Boston, MA 02108 
(617) 727-5403] 902/392 

Getting Appointed: A Women's Guide to Gubernatorial Boards 
and Commissions. 1990 23 p. 903/326 

Nuts and Bolts: A Resource Guide on Non-Traditional Jobs 
for Women. 1990 42 p. 902/393 

Women's Services: A Massachusetts Guide (Update). 1990 28 p. 
903/327 ^ 4 ?,^ •. w H'tT/ vr-t^ /i'i'O 

Governor's Task Force on Local Finance 

c/o Amy Anthony, Executive Office of Communities and Development 
100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Report, January 1990. 1990 129 p. 902/394 



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Group Insurance Commission 

19 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Benefit Decision Guide 1990-91. 1990 27 p. 902/395 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Winter 1990. 
1990 4 p. 901/429 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, vol. 4, no. 2, 
Spring 1990. 1990 7 p. 902/396 

For Your Benefit: The Newletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Summer 1990. 
1990 6 p. 903/330 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Autumn 1990. 
1990 4 p. 904/256 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth, Winter 1900 - 1991- 
1990 4 p. 904/256 

Health Plan Questionnaire (Results). 1990 [var. pag.] 
904/258 

Questions and Answers about Health Coverage and Life Insurance 
for Commonwealth of Massachusetts Retired Employees. 1989 12 p. 
901/430 

Health and Educational Facilities Authority 

99 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 

$7,245,000 Revenue Bonds, Deutsches Altenheim, Inc. Issue (FHA 
Insured Project), Series A, Dated: March 1, 1990 (New Issue). 
1990 [var. pag.] 903/337 

$8,425,000 Revenue Bonds, Simmons College Issue, Series B, Dated 
January 1, 1990 (New Issue). 1990 [var. pag.] 903/338 

$14,025,000 Revenue Bonds, South Shore Hospital Issue, Series C, 
Dated: May 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 903/331 

$18,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Waltham/Weston Hospital & Medical 
Center Issue, Series B, Dated: July 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
904/259 

$18,255,000 Revenue Bonds, Wentworth Institute of Technology 
Issue, Series A, Dated: May 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
903/332 



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Health and Educational Facilities Authority, continued 

***$19,3^5,000 Revenue Bonds, Saint John's Hospital Issue, Series 
B, Dated: August 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 904/260 

$20,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Suffolk University Issue, Series A, 
Dated: February 1, 1990 (New Issue). 1990 [var. pag.] 
903/333 

$23,845,000 Revenue Bonds, Northeastern University Issue, 
Series D, Dated: July 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 904/261 

$26,110,000 Revenue Bonds, Milton Hospital Issue, Series B, 
Dated: April 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 903/334 

$28,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Valley Regional Health System Issue, 
Series B, Dated: August 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 902/262 

$36,500,000 Revenue Bonds, Emerson Hospital Issue, Series C, 
Dated: December 1, 1989 (New Issue). 1990 [var. pag.] 
903/335 

$44,000,000* (Approximate) Revenue Bonds, Wellesley College 
Issue, Series D, Periodic Auction Reset Securities, Dated: Date 
of Initial Delivery (New Issue). 1989 [var. pag.] 903/336 

$88,195,000 Revenue Bonds, University Hospital Issue, Series C, 
Dated: May 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 903/339 

HEFA. n.d. [unpaged] 901/431 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 1, no. 1, April 1988. 1988 4 p. 901/432 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 1, no. 2, July 1988. 1988 4 p. 901/433 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 3, no. 1, Winter 1990. 1990 4 p. 901/434 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 3, no. 2, Spring 1990. 1990 6 p. 903/340 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 3, no. 3, Summer 1990. 1990 6 p. 904/263 

Long-Term Care Policy, n.d. [unpaged] 904/264 

I-/ fc F I. a '.'^\> s 

Health Facilities Appeals Board 

Boston University School of Law, 765 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, 
MA 02115 

1986 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Lahey Clinic Hospital, Inc. 
V. Department of Public Health. 1986 4 p. DoN No. 4-3224 
903/341 



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Health Facilities Appeals Board, continued 

1986 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: North Shore Health Planning 
Council V. DPH. I986 2 p. 903/342 

1986 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Peter Benjamin Ten Taxpayer 
Group V. Department of Public Health and Baystate Medical Center. 
1986 2 p. DoN No. 1-3325 903/343 

1986 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Rehab Associates of New England 
V. Department of Public Health. I986 3 p. DoN Nos. 3-4672 and 
3-4681 903/344 

1986 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: St. John of God Hospital v. 
Department of Public Health. I986 2 p. DoN No. 4-3313 
903/345 

1986 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: West Suburban Joint 
Diagnostic Services, Inc. v. Department of Public Health. 
1986 3 p. DoN No. 4-4692 903/346 

1987 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Accord Nursing Home, Inc. 
V. Department of Public Health. I987 5 p. DoN No. 4-1013 
903/347 

1987 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Cape Cod Hospital, Inc. v. 
Department of Public Health. 1990 10 p. DoN No. 5-3384 
903/348 

1987 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Charles River Park Ten 
Taxpayer Group v. Department of Public Health. 1987 . 1 p. 
DoN No. 4-3368 [The General Hospital Corporation] 903/349 

1987 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Rehab Associates of New 
England d/b/a Rehab Institute of Central Massachusetts v. 
Department of Public Health. 1987 1 p. DoN No. 2-3350 
903/350 

1987 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Rehab Associates of New 
England v. Department of Public Health, Final Decision. 1987 6 p. 
DoN No. 2-3297 903/351 

1987 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Richard E. R. Meyer, M.D. 
Ten Taxpayer Group v. Department of Public Health. 1987 4 p. 
DoN No. 2-4658 903/352 

1987 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: West Suburban Joint 
Diagnostic Services, Inc. v. Department of Public Health. I987 
1 p. DoN No. 4-4692 903/353 

1988 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Ann Keon Ten Taxpayer Group 
v. Department of Public Health (in the Matter of "College Park"). 
1988 1 p. Don No. 4-1108 903/354 



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Health Facilities Appeals Board, continued 

1988 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: John C. Chakalos, d/b/a The 
New Horizon v. Department of Public Health, 1988 10 p. 
DoN No. 2-3472 903/355 

1988 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: National Medical Care, Inc. 
(Boston and Cape Cod) d/b/a BMA of Westwood v. Department of- 
Public Health. I988 1 p. DoN Nos. 5-4754 and 4-4756 • 
903/356 

1988 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: National Medical Care, 
Inc., d/b/a BMA of Westwood v. Department of Public Health. I988 

7 p. Don No. 4-4730 903/357 

1989 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: The Ernest J. Broadbent 
Ten Taxpayer Group, et al., v. Department of Public Health. I989 

8 p. DoN No. 5-3542 903/360 

1989 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: National Medical Care, Inc., 
d/b/a BMA of Westwood v. Department of Public Health. I989 7 p. 
DoN No. 4-4730 903/358 

1989 Decisions, Motions, Rulings: Peter Gordon d/b/a/ Eastpointe 
Nursing Center v. Department of Public Health. 1989 1 p. 
DoN No. 4-1129 903/359 

Newton-Wellesley Hospital v. Department of Public Health, 
Final Decision. 1990 4 p. DoN No. 4-3342 ^04/265 

St. John's Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital v. Department of 
Public Health and Lowell General Hospital. 1990 7 p. 
DoN Nos. 3-3504 and 3-3499 [Final Decision] 904/266 

H r-iA'. <; t! 

St. John's Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital v. Department 
of Public Health and Lowell General Hospital. 1990 1 p. 
DoN Nos. 3-3504 and 3-3499 [Memorandum of Decision on Department's 
Motion to Strike] 904/267 

Historical Commission 

80 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Access to History: A Guide to Providing Access to Historic 
Buildings for People with Disabilities. By William D. Smith and 
Tara Goodwin Frier n.d. 34 p. 901/436 

Demolition Delay Protection: A Guide for Local Historical 
Commissions. By Maria Letunic Hanlon I989 13 p. [Prepared 
for "Preservation Commission and the Law": 3rd Annual Leadership 
and Preservation Planning Workshop] 901/437 



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Historical Commission, continued 

Historic Buildings and the Lead Paint Hazard, n.d. 28 p. 

Historic Places for Historic Parties. 1989 12 p. 901/438 

Historic Preservation Programs, n.d. [unpaged) ■ 901/439 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 16, no. 3 & 4, Fall & Winter 
1989. 1989 16 p. 901/440 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 17, no. 1, Spring 1990. 1990 
12 p. 902/397 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 17, no. 2, Summer 1990. 1990 
12 p. 903/362 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 17, nos. 3 & 4, Fall 1990. 1990 
12 p. 904/268 

State Register of Historic Places/1989. 1989 256 p. 
901/441 SS^.'X'.SX.^ 

Holyoke Community College 

303 Homestead Avenue, Holyoke, MA 01040 

Legislative Briefing: The Impact of Budget Cuts on Holyoke 
Community College. 1990 6 p. 902/398 

Hospital School 

3 Randolph Street, Canton, MA 02021 

Calendar. 1990 [unpaged] 901/442 

Housing Finance Agency 

50 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Affordable Housing in the Nineties. 1990 12 p. 904/269 

Chairman and Executive Director's Statement, n.d. 7 p. 
904/270 . . , .^ ,. . ,.,, 

Financial Statements for the Year Ended June 30, 1990 (Includes 
report of the Home Mortgage Finance Agency. I99O 60 p. 
904/271 

Home Mortgage Loan- Programs. 1990 8 p. 904/272 



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Housing Finance Agency, continued 

Homeowner^hip Opportunity Program (HOP), n.d. 12 p. 
901/443 C r^^ ;. '• H 7£ 

Homeownership Opportunity Program (HOP): Program Revisions/List 
of Developments & Marketing Agents. 1989 6 p. 901/444 

Newsletter, February 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 90-1/445 

Newsletter, May 1990. 1990 6 p. 902/399 

Newsletter, August 1990. 1990 4 p. 904/273 

Newsletter, November 1990. 1990 6 p. 904/274 

The Processing Handbook. 1979 Cvar. pag.] 903/363 

Office of Single-Family Programs 

Home Mortgage Loan Programs: 8.25 Percent Home Mortgage 
Loan Program. 1990 12 p. 904/275 

Industrial Finance Agency 

400 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

Annual Report I989. 1989 [unpaged] 904/276 

Industrial Services Program 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1413, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1989: "Innovative Partners in Change". I989 
20 p. 903/364 

John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs 

University of Massachusetts at Boston, Harbor Campus, Boston, 
MA 02125 

After the Miracle: A History and Analysis of the Massachusetts 
Fiscal Crisis. By Joseph S. Slavet et al. 1990 56 p. 
903/365 U.r'.xlO ^ %\ A "F ^ ^ 

After the Revolt: A Framework for Fiscal Recovery. By Joseph S. 
Slavet and Raymond G. Torto 1990 34 p. 904/277 

Commonwealth's Choice: Results from the Massachusetts Public 

Opinion Survey. By Barry Bluestone et al. 1990 [var. pag.] 
901/446 UtAlO I .a\ C73 

Fact Sheet: May 1990. 1990 2 p. 903/366 



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John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs, continued 

New England Journal of Public Policy, vol. 5, no. 2, Summer/Fall 
1989. 1989 108 p. 902/400 

New England Journal of Public Policy Special Issue: . Women 
and Economic Empowerment, vol. 6, no. 1, Summer/Spring 1990. 
1990 269 p. 902/401 



Legal Assistance Corporation 

20 West Street, Boston, MA 02110 

Annual Report September 30, I989. 1989 32 p, 
Annual Report 1990. 1990 40 p. 904/278 



901/447 



Martha's Vineyard Commission 

Box 1447, Oak Bluffs, MA 02557 

Annual Report 1987-88. n.d. 32 p. 903/367 
Annual Report I988-89. n.d. 15 p. 903/368 
Annual Report 1989-90. n.d. 14 p. 904/279 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Accessibility Designed Taxi Service for Boston: Market Demand 
and Operational Considerations (Draft). 1990 28 p. [Prepared 
by Adaptive Environments Center] 903/369 

^po^6 .%'. 7^ 

A Catalyst for Economic Growth: Funding of Public Transportation 
in Massachusetts. 1990 108 p. 902/402 

Revenue and Service Environmental Impact Report: I989 Fare 
Increase, Executive Summary (Draft), n.d. 21 p. 902/403 

Ridership Survey I989 (Final Report). 1989 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by Atlantic Marketing Research Co., Inc.] 901/448 

Advisory Board 

120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116-4604 

The Advisor, vol. 7, no. 1, January 1990. 1990 10 p. 
901/450 

The Advisor, vol. 7, no. 2, June 1990. 1990 8 p. 
903/370 



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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Advisory Board. 
continued 

The Advisor, vol. 7, no. 3, October 1990. 1990 7 p. 
904/280 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

MBTA Revenue and Service Environmental Impact Report: 1989 
Fare Increase. By Geoff Slater et al. 1990 [var. pag.] 
904/281 N\P^'^.:i\ r<VH3/3 

MBTA Revenue and Service Environmental Impact Report: 1989 
Fare Increase, Appendices. By Geoff Slater et al. 1990 [var. pag.] 

South Corridor Bus Service Study. By Geoff Slater and Annette 
Demchur 1990 249 p. 903/371 . 

South Corridor Bus Service Study: Technical Supplement 1. By 
Geoff Slater and Annette Demchur 1990 [unpaged] 903/372 

^P S„ 'A ', So v, 7 i^l^^fp. I 

South Corridor Bus Service Study: Technical Supplement 2. By 
Geoff Slater and Annette Demchur 1990 [unpaged] 903/373 

r^ i- c a , i-^ '. 1 « "^ 7 f^/s ^pf: ^-.. 

West Corridor Bus Service Study. By Geoff Slatef et al. 1990 

West Corridor Bus Service Study: Technical Supplement 1. By 
Geoff Slater et al. 1990 [var. pag.] 902/405 

fA p O b .^ ■ V7 & a / ^ - f»p ^ ^ 

West Corridor Bus Service Study: Technical Supplement 2. By 
Geoff Slater et al. 1990 [var. pag.] 902/406 

Railroad Operations Directorate 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 4, no. 2, Spring 1990. 1990 4 p. 
903/374 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 4, no. 3, Fall 1990. 1990 4 p. 
904/283 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 6, no. 1, Winter 1990. 1990 6 p. 
901/449 

Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications 

World Trade Center, Suite 115, Boston, MA 02210 

Distance Learning for the Commonwealth's Future: A Plan for 
an Educational Telecommunications Network. 1989 [var. pag.] 
901/451 



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Massachusetts Port Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

1990 Survey of Compensation and Salary Administration Practices. 
1990 210 p. [Survey Conducted by: The Wyatt Company] 903/375 

Economic Impact Report FY89: An Economic Catalyst for New 
England. I989 20 p. 901/452 

Getting To and From Logan Without Driving Is Now As Easy As 1 , 
2, 3. 1990 4 p. 903/376 

A Guide to the Inclined Safety Areas Project at Logan 
International Airport. 1990 28 p. 902/407 

Logan Airport Business Flyer Vol. Ill, Spring/Summer 1990. 1990 
8 p. 902/408 

Logan Airport Business Flyer, vol. 4, Winter 1990/91. 1990 
8 p. 904/284 

Massport Seaport Strategy, n.d. 26 p. 902/409 

Moving into the 21st Century: Logan Airport Modernization 
Program. 1990 10 p. 901/453 

Port of Boston Year End Report 1989. n.d. 5 p. 902/410 

Second Quarter Report for the period ending December 31 > 1989: 
Mid-Year Report, n.d. 1 p. 902/411 

Travelogan, November 1990. 1990 2 p. 904/285 

Public Affairs Department 

Plane Talk: Consumer News About Logan International Airport, 
Spring 1990. 1990 4 p. 902/412 

Public Safety 

Logan International Airport, East Boston, MA 02128 

Security is Everyone's Business, First Edition. 1990 8 p. 
904/286 ^ /> , c ac 

Massachusetts State Colleges 

c/o Department of Political Science, Bridgewater State College, 
Bridgewater, MA 02325 

Commonwealth Review, vol. 3, no. 1, May 1990. 1990 40 p. 
903/377 



119 



Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

60 Temple Place, Boston, MA 02111 

Cambridge Reservoir Watershed Protection Plan, Volume I (Main 
Report). 1989 [var. pag.] [Prepared for the MWRA and Cambridge 
Water Board] 902/413 v^ ^ , mv \: C m / ^4 . I 

Cambridge Reservoir Watershed Protection Plan, Volume 2 
(Appendices, Maps). 1989 [unpaged] [Prepared for the- MWRA and 
Cambridge Water Board] 902/414 .,, /, . 

Chelsea-Everett-Somerville: Transportation Issues and Concerns. 
1987 22 p. 901/454 

Conflicting and Compatible Land Uses in the MAGIC Subregion. 
1987 66 p. 901/455 

Financing Improvements to Route 128 on the North Shore. By Mary 
Kate Sampson 1988 56 p. 902/415 ^ / • paqr-* 

Flight to Tomorrow: Transportation Options for the 21st Century, 
Papers presented at a conference sponsored by the Metropolitan Area 
Planning Council and the Executive Office of Transportation and 
Construction on July 11, I988 at the Boston Harbor Hotel. 1989 
104 P. 902/416 ^^, ^p, . ,^6 4 

Funding the Maintenance of Local Roads in Massachusetts. By 
Robert W. Zimmer I988 62 p. 902/417 

Hanover Open Space Plan 1987 Update. 1987 [unpaged] 

The Housing Affordability Problem: What Does It Mean to the 
South Shore? By Judith C. Alland and Douglas L. Carnahan I988 
27 p. 901/456 

Inclusionary Condominium Conversion: A New Idea in Affordable 
Housing By Judith C. Alland I988 7 p. No. 12, Community 
Planning Exchange (one of a series of informational monographs for 
MAPC communities) 901/457 

Introduction to Impact Fee Assessments. 1987 6 p. No. 9, 
Community Planning Exchange (one of a series of informational 
monographs for MAPC communities) 901/458 

A Layman's Guide to Master Plans. By Alexander V. Zaleski and 
W. Burnet Austin I988 7 p. No. 13, Community Planning Exchange 
(one of a series of educational monographs for MAPC communities) 
901/459 

MAGIC Subregion: Transportation Issues Paper (Draft). I989 
18 p. 902/419 ^2^ ^-^^ rtNQ^-J 



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Metropolitan Area Planning Council, continued 

MetroPlan*2000: Action Recommendations for Future Growth 
(Working Document). 1990 35 p. [MAPC Winter Council Meeting 
held at the World Trade Council, Boston, MA February 28, 1990] 
902/420 .^^ ^^p^; ^r.^e/s 

MetroWest Water Supply Protection Study (Ashland, Framingham, 
Hopkinton, Marlborough, Natick, Needhara, Southborough, Sudbury, 
Wayland, Wellesley, Weston). 1989 [var. pag.] WQ/89-23 
901/460 

Readings in Housing Trusts, Land Trusts and Related Housing 
Support Mechanisms. By Judith C. Alland 1988 85 p. 901/461 

Readings in Regional Development Impact Review: Processes and 
Criteria. 1988 148 p. 901/462 

A Review of Local Planning Goals and Tools Available to North 
Shore Communities to Manage Traffic Growth. 1989 30 p. 
901/463 , ^ <^/- 

y3,fA9)^ So «)//l> 

South Shore Septage Management Study. 1989 [var. p'ag . ] 
[Project Funded by a Strategic Planning Grant from the 
Executive Office of Communities and Development] 903/378 

Trip Reduction Zoning with a Sample Application for the City of '^'^/'il. 
Cambridge. 1988 28 p. 902/422 ^^^ 

7 3. , rC\P I : t 7 ^ 

The Use of Betterments for Infrastructure Improvements. 1987 
5 p. No. 10, Community Planning Exchange (one of a series of 
educational monographs for MAPC communities) 901/464 

Views of Growth and Change in Towns of the North Central 
Subregion. By Douglas Carnahan and Patricia Johnson 1988 44 p. 
901/465 

Views of Growth and Change in Towns of the Southwest Subregion. 
By Douglas Carnahan and Patricia Johnson 1988 55 p. 
901/466 

Wetlands Protection at the Local Level. 1988 12 p. No. 11, 
Community Planning Exchange (one of a series of informational 
monographs for MAPC communities) 901/467 

Metropolitan District Commission 

20 Somerset Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Division of Watershed Management 

Quabbin Reservoir Elevation I988-I989. n.d. 1 p. 901/468 

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Metropolitan District Commission, continued 

Metroparks * 

Quincy Quarries Historic Site Self-Guided Trail: Blue Hills 
Reservation. 1990 2 p. 904/287 

Year of the Polar Bear: A Conservation Awareness Program-. 
1989 [unpaged] 901/469 

MetroPolice 

Metropolitan Police: Community and Media Services Division. 
1989 1 p. 901/470 

Values, n.d. 4 p. 901/471 
Office of Internal Audit 

Office of Internal Audit. 1989 7 p. 901/472 

Public Information Office 

Blue Hills Reservation Trail Map & Guide: Boston, Milton, 
Canton, Quincy, Braintree, Randolph, Dedham. n.d. 2 p. 
901/473 

Helping Alcoholics Recover for Over 15 Years: Special Services 
Center. 1990 4 p. 901/474 

Metropolitan Planning Organization 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Transportation Programs: A Guide for Local Officials in the , 
Metropolitan Boston Region. 1989 109 p. 902/421 t\j\ p (s \ '^l/f 3 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

Commuting Patterns of Route 128 West Area Employees & 
Alternatives to Reduce Congestion. By Annette L. Demchur 1990 
77 P. 903/379 ^po3,5'03 

Middlesex Community College 

Springs Road, Bedford, MA 01730 

Academic Catalog 1990 - 1992. n.d. 202 p. 904/288 



122 



Middlesex CoHnty Office of the District Attorney 

HO Thorndike Street, Cambridge, MA 02141 

Law Enforcement Newsletter, vol. 9, no. 1, May 1990. . 1990 
64 p. 902/423 

Law Enforcement Newsletter, vol. 9, no. 2, September 1990. 
1990 43 p. 904/289 

Hontachusett Regional Planning Commission 

1427 Water Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Directory of Social Service Transportation Providers in the 
Montachusett Region: A Guide to Special Needs Transportation 
Services. 1989 40 p. 903/380 , ^. ^.. ^ /„ 

"^'5, fT-Xji' 1 y '^ ^ ^'■/''■^■■ 

Montachusett - Nashua Areawide Water Quality Management Program: 
Plan Summary and Environmental Impact Statement. 1979 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region I, 
Boston] 903/381 

Motor Vehicle Insurance Merit Rating Board 

100 Nashua Street, 6th floor, Boston, MA 02114 

Administrative Procedures for Safe Driver Insurance Plan 
Policy Inquiries. 1990 72 p. 901/475 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 

P.O. Box 426, Ludlow, MA 01056-0426 

*»*Annual Report I989. n.d. 48 p. 902/424 

Third Quarter Report for the Months Ending September 30, I988. 
n.d. 1 p. 901/476 

Third Quarter Report for the Months Ending September 30, I989. 

1989 1 p. 901/477 

First Quarter Report for the Months Ending March 31, 1990. 

1990 5 p. 902/425 

Second Quarter Report for the Months Ended June 30, 1990. 
1990 1 p. 904/290 

Museum of Contemporary Art 

87 Marshall Street, North Adams, MA 01247 

Feasibility Study and Development Plan. I989 [var. pag.] 
902/426 



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Natural Heritage Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Endangered, Threatened, and Special Concern Animals of 
Massachusetts. 1990 7 p. 902/427 

Office for Children 

10 West Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Careers in Child Care: How to Apply for State Certification, 
n.d. 2 p. 902/428 

Child Care in Massachusetts: Facts & Figures FY89 • 1990 
6 p. 904/291 

Establishing a Successful Family Day Care Home: A Resource 
Guide for Providers, n.d. [var. pag.] 904/292 

VI S E o . ;5) ! Bi: 1 I 

Massachusetts Childwatch '90: A Preliminary Analysis of 
Proposed Funding for Children's Programs in FY'91 (Special 
Supplement February 1990). 1990 14 p. 901/478 

Massachusetts Childwatch '90: A Report on the Status of 
Children in Fitchburg, Volume 3- 1989 20 p. 901/479 

Massachusetts Childwatch '90: A Report on the Status of 
Children in New Bedford (Including Statewide Updates), Volume 4. 
1990 26 p. 901/480 

Massachusetts Childwatch '90: A Report on the Status of 
Children in Springfield, Volume 5. 1990 30 p. 903/382 

Massachusetts Childwatch '90: A Report on" the Status of 
Children in Boston, Volume 6. 1990 29 p. ,904/293 

W 5 ,CoO, 2.-, rn 5S /v, ^ 
Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1, Fall 1986. 1986 6 p. 902/429 

Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 1, Winter 1987. 1987 4 p. 902/430 

Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 2, Spring 1987. 1987 4 p. 902/431 

Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 4, Fall 1987. 1987 4 p. 902/432 

Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 1, Winter 1988. 1988 4 p. 902/433" 

Statewide Family Support Services Directory. 1990 175 p. 
904/294 h S 50.il-. S-t A^/H 



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Office for Children, continued 

Child Care Affordability Task Force 

Caring for our Common Wealth Cooperative Solutions to the 
High Cost of Child Care: Recommendations of the Massachusetts 
Child Care Affordability Task Force, n.d. 21 p. 901/481 

Statewide Advisory Council 

Annual Report FY8O-8I . I98I [var. pag.] 903/383 

Children's Budget FY9I: Our Declining Commitment to Children. 
1990 138 p. 902/434 

Office for Gifted and Talented 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

School Programs for Gifted and Talented Students Spring 1988. 
1988 84 p. 904/295 

Office for Refugees and Immigrants 

2 Boylston Street, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02204 

New Roots, vol. 2, no. 2, Autumn I989. 1989 4 p. 901/482 

New Roots, Vol. 2, No. 4. 1990 4 p. 902/435 

Through the Golden Door: Impacts of Non-Citizen Residents 
on the Commonwealth (Preliminary Report). 1990 47 p. 

Office for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Children Without Homes: A Report by the Massachusetts 
Department of Education. 1990 27 p. 901/483 



.ducational 



State Plan to Address the Educatiorial Needs of Homeless 
Children and Youth. 1990 30 p. 903/384 

Office of Business Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Photovoltaic Center 

Energy and Environment: Photovoltaics in the Energy Mix. 
By Jane M. Weissman 1990 7 p. [Conference at the New England 
Environmental Expo, April 1990 in Boston] 903/385 

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Office of Business Development continued 

PlasticsworKing Partnership 

Massachusetts Enterprise: Plasticsworking Directory. 1989 
421 p. 903/386 

Office of Campaign & Political Finance 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1007, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisory Summaries: 82-01 through 90-22. 1990 34 p. 
904/296 

Campaign Finance Guide for Ballot Question Committees. 1989 

Campaign Finance Guide for Candidates for the Massachusetts 
General Court. 1989 12 p. 904/298 ^ . /^ 

Campaign Finance Guide for Candidates to Statewide, Governor's 
Council and County Office. 1989 12 p. 904/299 

Campaign Finance Guide for Multi-Candidate Political Committees. 

1989 12 p. 904/300 

A Guide to Political Activity for State, County and Municipal 
Employees. 1989 8 p. 904/301 f\ c [■% 2.' ^^ ^ *i 

Interpretive Bulletin: The Applicability of the Campaign 
Finance Law to Organizations Other Than Political Committees. 
1988 5 p. OCPF-IB-104 904/302 

Interpretive Bulletin: The Disclosure of Campaign Finance 
Activity by Multi-Candidate Political Committees Participating 
in City and Town Elections. 1983 1 p. OCPF-IB-83-103 
904/303 

Interpretive Bulletin: Lease of Real Property by Candidates 
and Political Committees. 1988 2 p. OCPF-IB-106 904/304 

Preliminary Totals on Preliminary Receipts and Expenditures 1990, 

1990 4 p. 904/305 \\Y nX\ Oc Q/ ^^^ 

Registered Multi-Candidate Committees in Massachusetts. 1990 

Summary of Election Spending for Statewide Offices for All 
Statewide Candidates in the 1990 General Election. 1990 4 p. 



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Office of Educational Equity 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Controlled Choice in Boston: The First Year. By Charles L. 
Glenn 1990 76 p. [Pilot Implementation of Controlled Choice 
Assignments in Boston Elementary and Middle Schools in I989 and 
Assessment of Readiness for Full Implementation at all Grade 
Levels in 1990] 903/69 (tq ^'L 0.' C7€ 

Two-Way Integrated Bilingual Education. 1990 86 p. 
902/48 ^0'^^-'^'"^'^^ 

Office of Educational Technologies 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

MET (Massachusetts Educational Television) Program Guide 1990-91. 
1990 52 p. 903/387 

Report on I989 Statewide Computer Survey. By Connie Louie 
1990 16 p. [Data available from the Chapter I88 School District 
Report] 903/388 

Update, September 1990. 1990 6 p. 903/389 

Update, November 1990. 1990 13 p. 904/308 

Office of Employee Relations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

EPRS Questions and Answers, Fourth Volume, June I988. 1988 
5 p. 904/309 

Office of Handicapped Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1305, Boston, MA 02108 

Executive Summary: Report to the Joint Human Services and 
Elderly Affairs Committee on House 1 Cuts in Disability Programs. 
1990 2 p. 902/438 

Fact Sheet: Report to the Joint Human Services and Elderly 
Affairs Committee on House 1 Cuts in Disability Programs. 1990 

1 p. 902/439 )^BI. "X. R 1<-1 

Report to the Joint Committee on Human Services and Elderly 
Affairs: Disabled People Face Devastating Services Cuts in House 1 
1990 16 p. 902/440 \^ Pi I. X'. kX^l^ 



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Office of Management Information Services 

One Ashburton Place, Room 801, Boston, MA 02108 

Bureau of Computer Services 

Customer Guide. 1990 [unpaged] 904/310 

Office of Nutrition 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Community Food Resources for Families: Eligibility Guide. 
1990 40 p. 901/212 

Neighborhood Services: A Resource Guide for Roxbury, North 
Dorchester, and Jamaica Plain. 1989 30 p. 902/441 

Office of Purchased Services 

One Ashburton Place, Room 419, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency closed on January 31, 1990. 

Component Pricing Catalogue. 1990 28 p. 901/484 

Purchase of Service Reform: Final Report January 31, 1990. 
1990 25 p. 901/485 f\ f \ ."ii '. f ^f 7 

Sources and Methodologies For Individual Component Prices, 
n.d. 13 p. 901/486 

Staff Salary/Turnover Survey (Preliminary Report Summary). 
1990 8 p. 901/487 

Office of the Commissioner of Probation 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Probation Journal, vol. 24, no. 4, December 1989. 1989 16 p. 
901/488 

Probation Journal, vol. 25, no. 1, March 1990. 1990 15 p. 
902/442 

Probation Journal, vol. 25, no. 2, June 1990. 1990 16 p. 
902/443 

Office of the Comptroller 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year 
Ended June 30, 1989. 1990 1180 p. 901/489 



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Office of the Comptroller, continued 

Expenditure Classification Handbook for the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. 1990 [var. pag.] 901/490 

MMARS (Massachusetts Management Accounting and Reporting System): 
FY90 Closing Instructions. 1990 53 p. J?02/444 

B r ■') ■ - 
MMARS FY91 Opening Instructions. 1990 [unpaged] ■ 902/445 

f^ f 1 -I , X', '" b " / ri- { 
Preliminary Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 
1990. 1990 57 p. 903/390 

Request for Proposal for Debt Collection Services. 1990 30 p. 
903/391 

Request for Proposals for Debt Collection Services, Revision 1. 
1990 [var. pag.] [Includes Attachment C and Written Responses to 
Written Inquiries] 903/392 

Financial Reporting and Analysis Bureau 

GAAP Instruction Manual for the Year-Ending June 30, 1990. 
1990 35 p. 902/446 

Office of the Inspector General 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1989. 1990 41 p. 902/447 

Excessive Amendment of Consultant Contracts by the Massachusetts 
Water Resources Authority. 1990 [unpaged] , ,. 902/448 

Letter to Governor Regarding 1990 House Doc 5701, FY91 Budget. 
1990 3 p. 903/393 

Letter to Senator Patricia McGovern Regarding 1990 House Doc 6094 
(Parcel 18 in Roxbury). 1990 2 p. . 903/394 

Letter to Thomas P. Glynn, Jr., of the MBTA regarding Garage 
Project at North Station. 1990 6 p. 902/449 

to- ). A ■• i -i -> 

Municipal, County, District, and Local Authority Procurement 
of Supplies, Services and Real Property: Legal Requirements, 
Recommended Practices and Sources of Assistance. 1990 [var. pag.] 
902/450 -t^^^^^^^^ 

RE: Department of Public Works Dependency on a Consultant for 
the Central Artery-I93/Third Harbor Tunnel-190 (CA/THT) Project. 
1990 13 p. 901/491 



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Office of the Inspector General, continued 

Report on 'Acquisition of Certain Real Property by the Wood's 
Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority. 1990 
36 P- 902/451 liCy LX\?..^.S 

Testimony before the Joint Committee on State Administration 
regarding 1990 House Doc 6206 (Siting of the headquarters of • the 
MWRA). 1989 7 p. 904/311 

Office of the Lieutenant Governor 

Room 259, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Blueprint 2000 Project 

Drugs and Crime A Blueprint for Criminal Justice: Reducing 
Drug Demand with Tough Law Enforcement, Education, Treatment. 
1989 [unpaged] 903/395 

Report on Education World Class Schools by the Year 2000. 
1989 13 p. 903/396 

Office of the Secretary of State 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

AIDS & HIV: A Manual for Shelter and Residential Program 
Providers, n.d. [var. pag.] 904/312 

5 s I , ^ '. r> < ^ ^ 

The Arras and Great Seal of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
n.d. 3 P. 904/313 ^<>l.^; P^ r ^<S 

A Field Guide to Massachusetts Architecture (Draft Edition), 
n.d. 215 p. Architectural Heritage Education [Sponsored by the 
National Endowment for the Humanities] 901/492 

Guidelines for Appointment as Justice of the Peace. 1984 2 p, 

Guidelines for the Justice of the Peace. 1986 6 p. 
904/315 

Guidelines for the Notary Public, n.d. 10 p, 902/452 

The Massachusetts State Building Code: Users Guide to the 
Fifth Edition, n.d. 40 p. 904/316 ^ a <c /<=/ 

How to Become a Notary Public, n.d. 2 p. 902/453 

Numerical Listing of the Acts of the 1989 Legislative Session: 
Chapters 1 through 731. n.d. 44 p. 901/493 



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Office of the Secretary of State, continued 

There Ought to be a Law: Curriculum Guide. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[Kit includes "Lawmaking in Massachusetts" and "Citizens Guide to 
Drafting Legislation" and a video. Underwritten by Worldwide 
Information Systems, Bull] 904/317 

Division of Tours and Government Education 
Room 194, State House, Boston, MA 02133 



Guides' Gazette 
901/508 

Guides' Gazette 
901/509 

Guides' Gazette 
901/506 

Guides' Gazette 

Guides' Gazette 

Gazette 



Guides 
901/505 

Guides 
901/510 



Gazette 



Guides' Gazette 
901/511 

Guides' Gazette 
7 p. 901/500 

Guides' Gazette 
901/501 

Guides' Gazette 
901/502 

Guides' Gazette 

Guides' Gazette 

Guides' Gazette 

Guides' Gazette 

Guides' Gazette 

Guides' Gazette 



vol. 2, no. 1, January 1977. 1977 5 p. 

vol. 2, no. 3, May 1977. 1977 9 p. 

vol. 2, no. 4, July 1977. 1977 9 p. 

Fall 1978. 1978 7 p. 901/503 

no. 3, July 1981. 1981 9 p. 901/504 

no. 4, August-September 1981. 1981 9 p. 

vol. 7, no. 3, August 1982. 1982 9 p. 

vol. 7, no. 4, November 1982. 1982 10 p. 

vol. 10, No. 3, Fall/Winter 1985. 1985 

vol. 10, no. 4, Spring 1986. 1986 13 p. 

vol. 10, no. 5, Summer 1986. 1986 13 p. 

Fall 1987. 1987 9 p. 901/494 

Spring 1987. 1987 7 p. 901/496 

Spring 1988. 1988 13 p. 901/497 

Summer 1988. 1988 11 p. 901/499 

Fall 1988. 1988 9 p. 901/495 

Spring 1989. 1989 9 p. 901/498 



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Office of the Secretary of State, Division of Tours and 
Government Education . continued 

Guides' Gazette, Summer 1989. 1989 11 p. 901/507 

Guides' Gazette, Winter 1989. 1989 9 p. 901/512 

Securities Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1719, Boston, MA 02108 

Investor Bulletin Regarding Oil, Gas, Precious Metals. 1990 
1 p. 904/318 

Office of Travel and Tourism 

100 Cambridge Street, 13th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Boston: The 1989/90 Official Guidebook, n.d. 144 p. [In 
conjunction with the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau, 
Inc.] 902/454 

Boston: The 1990/91 Official Guidebook, n.d. 144 p. [In 
conjunction with the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau, 
Inc.] 903/397 x 3 ^" > ^ "^ ^^ * t?^ £ / ^ ^<5/9 / 

Massachusetts 1990 Spring/Summer Calendar of Events and Whale 
Watch Guide, n.d. 40 p. 902/455 

Massachusetts Getaway Guide, Winter 1990-91 Edition, n.d. 

60 p. 904/319 mA^a.QL', m?;i/i 

Massachusetts: Ski It to Believe It. 1990 1 p. 904/320 

m ^ ^% ,yr h> ss % /^ / vs 

Massachusetts: The Spirit of Massachusetts 1990-91 Winter 
Calendar of Events. 1990 21 p. 904/321 

Massachusetts: The Spirit of Massachusetts Guidebook 1990-1991 
n.d. 173 p. 902/456 

Old Colony Planning Council 

70 School Street, Brockton, MA 02401 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 8, no. 1, Winter 1990. 1990 4 p. 901/513 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 8, no. 2, Spring 1990. 1990 4 p. 902/457 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 8, no. 3, Summer 1990. 1990 4 p. 903/398 



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Old Colony Planning Council, continued 

Going PlaCes: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 8, no. 4, Autumn 1990. 1990 4 p. 904/322 

Transit Directory for the Old Colony Region March I989. 1989 
[var. pag.] 904/323 

Transit Directory for The Old Colony Region March ■J990. 1990 
[var. pag.] 901/514 

Outdoor Advertising Board 

Ten Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116-3973 
See also: Outdoor Advertising Division 

Annual Report for the Calendar year 1987. 1988 2 p. 
901/515 

Annual Report for the Calendar Year I988. I989 2 p. 
901/516 

Annual Report for the Calendar Year I989. 1990 5 p. 
901/517 

Outdoor Advertising Division 

Ten Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116-3973 
See also: Outdoor Advertising Board 

Annual Report for the Calendar Year 1985. 1986 5 p. 
901/518 

Annual Report for the Calendar Year I986. 1987 5 p. 
901/519 

Annual Report for the year ending December 31, 1975. 1976 2 p. 
901/520 

Parole Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Analysis of Parole Case Processing: Executive Summary. 1989 
20 p. [Prepared by COSMOS Corp. and Toborg Associates, Inc.] 
903/399 ^^3^^^.^^^|H 

Annual Reports 1987: Parole Board Hearings in Massachusetts 
State and County Institutions and Field Services Caseload Statistics 
By Richard Lunden and Rosemary Barberet n.d. 43 p. 903/401 

Annual Report I988. By Richard Lunden 1989 41 p. 903/400 



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Parole Board, continued 

Annual StsTtistical Report 1989: Institutional Hearings and 
Field Services Caseloads. By Richard Lunden n.d. 65 p. 
904/324 

The Parolees 's Perception of the Parole Experience in 
Massachusetts: Follow-Up Interviews with Two Groups of Parolees. 
By Richard Lunden 1988 34 p. 903/402 

Passenger Safety Program 

150 Tremont Street, 3rd floor, Boston, MA 02111 

Update, Fall I989. 1989 6 p. 901/521 
Update, Summer 1990. 1990 4 p. 903/403 

Pension Reserves Investment Management Board 

200 State Street, Boston, MA 02109 

LBO's, Public Pension Funds, and Public Policy (Final Report). 
1989 [var. pag.] [Prepared by the Institutional Voting Research 
Service Analysis Group, Inc.] 901/522 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission 

1365 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01103 

Water Action Plan. By Christopher Curtis et al. 1990 225 p. 
904/325 

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority 

1365 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01103 

Annual Report I989. 1989 20 p. 902/458 

In Transit, No. 17, April 1990. 1990 6 p. 903/404 

In Transit, No. 18, July 1990. 1990 4 p. 903/405 

Public Records Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1701, Boston, MA 02108 

Legislative Agents & Employers: Disclosed Salaries 1989. 
1989 Cvar. pag.] 902/459 

Legislative Agents & Employers January 1, 1990 - March 31, 
1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 902/460 



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Public Records Division, continued 

Lobbying:* The Law, the Process and You. n.d. 30 p. 

Massachusetts Records Review, Winter 89/90. n.d. 21 p. 
901/523 

Purchasing Agent's Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Memorandum: Essential Procurement Approval Process. 1989 
2 p. [PAD-89-2] 902/461 

State Surplus Property Office 

Data Processing Inventory Management System (DPIMS). 1989 
2 p. 901/524 

Data Processing Inventory Management System (DPIMS) Newsletter. 
December 1989. 1989 2 p. 903/406 

Quinsigamond Community College 

670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA 01606 

Catalog 1987-1989. 1989 133 p. 902/462 
The Center for Lifelong Learning 

Summer Session 1990. n.d. 27 p. 902/463 

Rate Setting Commission 

Two Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Temporary Nursing Services in Massachusetts Price Filing 
Report, January 22, 1990 - Fifth Edition. 1990 [var. pag.] 
901/525 

Temporary Nursing Services in Massachusetts Price Filing 
Report - September 17, 1990, Sixth Edition. 1990 [var. pag.] 
904/327 

Regents Computer Network 

75 Arlington Street, 5th Floor, Boston, MA 02116 

Users Services 

1986 February Issue: Network News. 1986 2 p. Technical Notes 
for CDC Cyber Computer Users 904/328 



135 



Regents Computer Network, Users Services, continued 

1986 Fall 'Issue: Network News. I986 1 p. Technical Notes 
for CDC Cyber Computer Users 904/329 

1987 Spring Issue: Network News. 1987 2 p Technical Notes for 
CDC Cyber Computer Users 904/330 

1987 Summer Issue: Network News. I987 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber Computer Users 904/331 

1987 Fall Issue: Network News. I987 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber Computer Users 904/332 

1988 May Issue: Network News. 1988 3 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber Computer Users 904/333 

1988 Fall Issue: Network News. I988 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber Computer Users 904/334 

1989 May Issue: Network News. 1989 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber Computer Users 904/336 

1989 Spring Issue: Network News. I989 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber Computer Users 904/335 

1989 Fall Issue: Network News. 1989 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber and Microvax Computer Users 904/337 

1990 Spring Issue: Network News. 1990 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber and Microvax Computer Users 904/338 

1990 Summer Issue: Network News. 1990 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber and Microvax Computer Users 904/339 

1990 Fall Issue: Network News. 1990 2 p. Technical Notes for 
RCN Cyber and Microvax Computer Users 904/340 

Registry of Motor Vehicles 

100 Nashua Street, Boston, MA 02114 

NEWS, vol. 1, no. 1, Summer 1987. 1987 8 p. 904/341 

NEWS, vol. 1, no. 4, Spring I988. 1988 8 p. 904/342 

NEWS, vol. 2, no. 1, Fall 1988. I988 8 p. 904/343 

NEWS, vol. 2, no. 2, Winter I989. 1989 8 p. 904/344 

NEWS, vol. 2, no. 3, Summer 1989. 1989 7 p. 904/345 

RMV Update, August 1990. 1990 2 p. 904/346 



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Registry of Vital Records and Statistics 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report 1987: Vital Statistics of Massachusetts. 1989 
163 p. Public Document 1 903/407 

Birth Registration of Children Born at Home. 1989 [var. pag.] 
902/464 US30.^\ 6^3 

Rehabilitation Commission 

20 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Bibliography on Employment of Persons with Developmental 
Disabilities. By Compiled by Maya De 1989 12 p. 901/526 

Bibliography on Employment of Persons with Mental Retardation. 
By Complied by Maya De 1989 33 p. 901/527 

Bibliography on Employment of Persons with Psychiatric 
Disabilities. By Compiled by Maya De 1988 29 p. 901/528 

Long Range Plan FY 1991 to 1995. n.d. [var. pag.] 
904/347 

State Disability Policy Issues 1990. 1990 [unpaged] 
901/529 

Three Year State Plan for the Vocational Rehabilitation 
Services Program and State Plan Supplement for the Supported 
Employment Services Program under the Rehabilitation Act of 
1973, as Amended, n.d. [var. pag.] 904/348 

Three Year State Plan, Independent Living Rehabilitation 
Services Program FY 1991-1993. 1990 [var. pag.] 904/349 

Library 

Bibliography on Employment and Persons with Disabilities. 
1990 72 p. 904/350 

Retirement Law Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Analysis of the Cost Impact of a Proposed Cancer Presumption 
for Firefighters (1989 House Doc 6453). n.d 20 p. 901/530 



137 



Small Community and Rural Development Council 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Housing in Rural Massachusetts: Background and Recommendations, 
n.d. 33 p. 903/408 

Southeastern Massachusetts Metropolitan Planning Organization 

88 Broadway, Taunton, MA 02780 

FY84 (October 1, 1983 - September 30, 1984) Transportation 
Improvement Program (TIP). 1983 75 p. [Includes maps] 
903/409 

FY85 (October 1, 1984 - September 30, 1985) Transportation 
Improvement Program (TIP). 1984 75 p. [Includes maps] 
903/410 

FY86 (October 1, 1985 - September 30, 1986) Transportation 
Improvement Program (TIP). 1985 67 p. [Includes maps] 
903/411 

FY87 (October 1, 1986 - September 30, 1987) Transportation 
Improvement Program (TIP). 1986 69 p. [Includes maps] 
903/412 

FY89 (October 1, 1988 - September 30, 1989) Transportation 
Improvement Program (TIP). 1988 73 p. [Includes maps] 
903/413 

FY90 (October 1, 1989 - September 30, 1990) Transportation 
Improvement Program (TIP). 1989 95 p. [Includes maps] 
903/414 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Annual Report for the Period July 1, I989 - June 30, 1990. 
n.d. 2 p. 904/351 

Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District 

Marion, MA 02738 

Water Quality Areawide Management Plan for Southeastern 
Massachusetts: Final Recommendations and Environmental Impact 
Statement. 1978 [var. pag.] [Includes base maps] 902/465 



138 



Springfield Technical Community College 

One Armory Square, Springfield, MA 01105 

Catalog 1988-89. n.d. 303 p. 903/415 
Catalog 1989-90. n.d. 302 p. 903/416 
Catalog 1990-91. n.d 290 p. 902/466 

State Bookstore 

Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Bookstore Catalog Winter/Spring 1990. 1989 57 p. 
901/531 

State College Building Authority 

136 Lincoln Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report for the Period January 1, 1989 through December 
31, 1989. n.d. 7 p. 902/467 

Financial Statements for the Six Months Ended December 31, 
1989 and I988. n.d. [var. pag.] 902/468 

Financial Statements and Supplemental Information for the 
Year Ended June 30, 1990. 1990 16 p. 904/352 

State Ethics Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Room 619, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY89. n.d. 16 p. 901/532 

Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 1, February 1990. 1990 7 p. 
902/469 

Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 2, October 1990. 1990 8 p. 
904/353 

Commission Advisory No. 14: Negotiation for Prospective 
Employment, n.d. 7 p. 903/417 

Commission Fact Sheet: Board of Health Members Installing 
Local Septic Systems. I989 2 p. 901/533 

Commission Fact Sheet: Guidelines for Public Employees 
Regarding Business Travel and Related Expenses, Revised. 1990 5 P 
903/418 5 i i -;. ' 0" - 

Commission Fact Sheet: Town & City Clerks - Justices of the 
Peace. I989 3 p. 901/534 



139 



state Ethics* Commission, continued 

The Conflict of Interest Law and Former Municipal Employees. 

1989 5 p. 901/535 

The Conflict of Interest Law and Former State Employees. . 1989 
5 p. 901/536 

The Conflict of Interest Law and Housing Authority Members and 
Employees. 1989 6 p. 901/537 

The Conflict of Interest Law and School Committee Members. 
1988 5 p. 901/538 J ^ ^ ^'> ClQ ^ 

In the Matter of George Keverian: Disposition Agreement. 

1990 14 p. Commission Adjudicatory Docket No. 385 902/470 

Rulings, Enforcement Actions, Advisory Opinions 1989. 1990 
[var.pag.] 903/419 

Rulings, Enforcement Actions, Advisory Opinions 1989 (Corrected 
Version). 1990 3 p. 904/354 

State Library 

Room 341, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Affirmative Action. 1990 3 p. [Bibliography] 904/355 
Massachusetts State Publications 1989. 1990 198 p. 904/356 

Researching Initiatives and Referenda at the State Library 
of Massachusetts. 1990 4 p. [Bibliography] 901/539 

S ^ 1 , fe. '. ;■' ,1 I 

The States and Economic Development. 1990 3 p. [Bibliography] 
902/471 5 L 1,0^-, ^ \ 30 

State Lottery Commission 

15 Rockdale Street, Braintree, MA 02184 

Charitable Gaming Annual Report 1989. n.d. 15 p. 902/472 

State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Directory Addendum from April 1, 1989 thru December 31, 1989. 
n.d. 50 p. 902/473 



140 



state Revolving Fund 

c/o Department of Environmental Protection, One Winter Street, 
Boston, MA 02108 

An Introduction; The Massachusetts SRF Program, Massachusetts 
Water Pollution Abatement Trust, n.d. 1 p. 903/420 

State Transportation Library 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Selected Acquisitions: January - March 1990. n.d. [unpaged] 
903/421 

Selected Acquisitions: April - June 1990. 1990 [unpaged] 
903/422 

Statewide Comprehensive Injury Prevention Program 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Audiovisual Catalogue. 1990 26 p. 904/357 

Cape Cod Hospital: Description of Injury Discharges. 1990 
21 p. 904/358 HS^^.a'. CI 7 

Injury Prevention Resource Library (IPRL) 

Recent Acquisitions, Issue 1, July 1990. 1990 27 p. 
903/423 

Sports Injury Prevention Task Force 

Sports Injury Prevention and Treatment Among Massachusetts 
High School Interscholastic Athletic Programs: A Status Report. 
By Kathleen Helsing 1990 43 p. 902/474 

Supreme Judicial Court 

1350 New Court House, Boston, MA 02108 

Code of Professional Responsibility for Clerks of the Courts: 
Rule 3:12, 3:13, and 3:14. 1990 13 p. [OCLC 19967958] 
901/540 

Comments of the Supreme Judicial Court on Supreme Judicial 
Court Rules 3:12, 3:13, and 3:14. 1990 3 p. 901/541 

Providing Justice Under Further Budget Cuts: A Judicial 
Impact Statement. 1990 [var. pag.] 902/475 



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Supreme Judieial Court, continued 

IN RE: Hours of Court. 1990 3 p. 904/359 

In the Matter of the Boston Municipal Court Department of the 
Trial Court. 1990 2 p. 904/360 

Recommendations from Chief Justice Liacos Regarding Managerial 
Powers for the Judicial Branch. 1990 4 p. 904/361 

Committee for Gender Equality 

***Court Conduct Handbook, Gender Equality in the Courts. 
1990 8 p. 903/424 ^ , r^ ,• q zi 

Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee 

11 Beacon Street, Suite 925, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisor, No. 36, May 1990. 1990 8 p. [This will be the ONLY 
issue in FY90.] 902/476 

Office of the Chief Justice 

Address of Chief Justice Paul J. Liacos to the Massachusetts 
Bar Association on the State of the Judiciary at the Mid-Winter 
Meeting in Boston on January 20, 1990. 1990 16 p. 901/542 

Remarks of Chief Justice Paul J. Liacos at the Annual Education 
Conference of the Massachusetts Probation Service. 1990 14 p. 
[Conference held in Randolph, MA. on May 10, 1990] 902/477 

Technology Development Corporation 

131 State Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report I989. 1989 14 p. 901/543 

Thrift Fund 

50 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report I989. 1989 20 p. 902/478 

Trial Court 

Two Center Plaza, 9th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Office of the Chief Administrative Justice 

Planning for the 1990 's: Automation Systems, Personnel 
Systems, Case Flow Management. 1987 27 p. 901/544 



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Trial Court, ' Office of the Chief Administrative Justice, 
continued 

RE: Trial Court Policy and Procedure for the Elimination of 
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. 1990 8 p. 903/425 

Trial Court Plan 1989-1991. 1988 [var. pag.] 901/545 



Turnpike Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Pilot Type II Noise Barrier Program (Draft Policy). 1990 
22 p. 902/479 

University of Lowell 

One University Avenue, Lowell, MA 01854 

Graduate School Catalog 1990-92. n.d. 123 p. 904/362 

Office of the President 

Protecting the Commonwealth's Future: The Role of the 
University of Lowell. By William T. Hogan 1990 23 p. 
902/480 ^LIAPS4 

University of Massachusetts 

250 Stuart Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Office of the President 

Changing Face of the Massachusetts Classroom, n.d. 23 p. 
901/546 U(v\30Q Si,". C'aS^ 

City Lights: Business Perspective, n.d. 2 p. u.n^P^^^^'^ 

City Lights: The Educator's Perspective, n.d. 1 p. 

901/548 uv^A.soo.a.- c ;4'^/'f 

City Lights: A University of Massachusetts Urban Schools 
Initiative, Fact Sheet, n.d. [var. pag.] [Includes appendix] 

City Lights: A University of Massachusetts Urban Schools 
Initiative, Goals, n.d. 2 p. 901/549 ; ., ^ , 

Maurice A. Donahue Institute for Governmental Services 

Changing Places: The New Structure of Municipal Finance 
Since the Passage of Proposition 2 1/2, Second Edition - Revised 
and Corrected, n.d. 40 902/481 ^^;Y^ 301 . 9^! C K36 



143 



University of Massachusetts, Maurice A. Donahue Institute for 
Governmental Services, continued 

***Client Need Assessment: A Handbook for Local Government 
Officials. By Richard T. Coffing 1977 [var. pag.] 
903/426 

***Conducting a Public Meeting. By John F. Willey and Kathleen R. 
Boynton 1977 54 p. 903/427 

A Guide to the Massachusetts Public Employee Collective 
Bargaining Law, 7th Edition. 1990 [var. pag.] 903/428 

fA ft HO .d . s s V y 9, / ^ 1 

A Manual for Town Clerks in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Volume 4: Elections (Election Day, After Election Day). 1986 
452 p. 903/429 ^m^Oi,9. . r. ; . ; ; ^ 

A Manual for Town Clerks in the Commonwealth of M^sachusetts, 
Volume 6: Census, Lists, Campaign and Political Finance. 1989 
422 p . 903/430 ^^^ ^^ -. D I , ^ '. >-^ I 'X / V . 'S 

A Massachusetts Career Education Guide to Strategies, Activities, 
and Resources. 1983 97 p. 903/431 ^. <: a,*^ /3 

Project Summaries, June 23, 1989: Massachusetts State Agency 
Advanced Management Development Program and Management Development 
Program. I989 [unpaged] 903/432 ^^^ 

University of Massachusetts at Amherst 

Amherst, MA 01003 

The Campus Connection: A Newsletter for Parents, vol. 3, no. 1, 
Fall 1989. 1989 4 p. 904/363 

The Campus Connection: A Newsletter for Parents, vol. 4, no. 1, 
Fall 1990. 1990 4 p. 903/433 

The Faculty Guide, n.d. 82 p. 901/551 

Founding Farms: Five Massachusetts Family Farms 1638-Present . 
n.d. 40 p. 903/434 

Get to Know Us. n.d. 1 p. 901/552 

Graduate Commencement May 26, 1990. 1990 [unpaged] 
902/482 

Graduate Commencement Program 1990. 1990 [unpaged] 
901/553 

International Programs. I989 [unpaged] 901/554 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Intramural Handbook 1990-91. n.d. 60 p. 903/436 

The Junior-Year Writing Program, n.d. 1 p. 901/555 

New Students Program, n.d. 17 p. 901/556 

One Hundred and Twentieth Commencement. 1990 [unpaged] 
903/437 

Program in Family and Community Services: Our Graduates 
Influence Change in a Changing World... 1989 1 p. 901/557 

Program in Fashion Marketing: Our Graduates Influence Change 
in a Chan^ging World... 1989 1 p. 901/558 

Publications A to Z: A Guide to Working with the Publications 
Office, n.d. [unpaged] 901/559 

Residential Academic Programs 1990/91: Opportunities for First 
Year Students. 1990 2 p. 902/483 

Richard Garber Lacrosse Fund. n.d. [unpaged] 902/484 

Admissions Office 

1990/91 Undergraduate Catalog: Majors Course Descriptions, 
and Faculty Directory, n.d. 376 p. 902/485 

Alumni Office 

The First Ever 1950s Decade Reunion, June 8 - 10, 1990. n.d. 
2 p. 902/486 

Building Materials Technology and Management 

Building Materials Technology and Management: A New Four-Year 
Program of Professional Training at the University of Massachusetts 
at Amherst, n.d. 1 p. 901/560 

Campus Parking Office 

Park Smart. I989 1 p. 901/561 

Center for International Education 

Global Horizons: A Global Education Resource Directory, 
Western Massachusetts Consortium for Global Education. I988 
158 p. 904/366 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Civil Engineering Department 

Graduate Studies and Research. 1990 [unpaged] 904/36? 

Graduate Studies and Research: Environmental Engineering 
Program. 1990 [unpaged] 904/368 

Variation of Heavy Metals Concentrations in Municipal Sludge 
and Sludge Compost. By George D. Bacon and Michael S. Switzenbaum 
1989 131 p. [Technical Report] 903/442 

College of Engineering 

Annual Report FY89. n.d. 24 p. 903/438 

Engineering News, vol. 2, no. 3, Winter 1989. n.d. 8 p. 
902/487 

Engineering News, vol. 3, no. 2, Winter 1989. I989 12 p. 
903/439 

Linking Past and Future: The New Engineering Student Center, 
n.d. 8 p. 902/488 

Minority Engineering Program. 1990 20 p. 904/369 

Profile, n.d. [unpaged] 904/370 

Women in Engineering Program. 1990 [unpaged] 904/371 

College of Food and Natural Resources 

Bogs and Cranberry Bogs in Southeastern Massachusetts. By Karl 
H. Deubert and Frank L. Caruso I989 31 p. 902/489 

Coder Variability in Computerized Dietary Analysis. By Janet 
M. Lacey et al. 1990 52 p. Research Bulletin No. 729 904/372 

Economics Benefits of Salmon Restoration in Massachusetts. 
By Tim Hager et al. I989 34 p. Research Bulletin No. 726 
902/490 

The Existence Value of Bald Eagles, Coyotes and Wild Turkeys 
in New England. By T.H. Steven et al. I990 37 p. Research 
Bulletin No. 728 902/491 

Committee for the Collegiate Education of Black and Other 
Minority Students 

Committee for the Collegiate Education of Black and Other 
Minority Students. I990 1 p. 903/440 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 
Cooperative Extension Service 

Forest Resources of Massachusetts. By Christina M. Petersen 
1989 20 p. 901/563 

Massachusetts Clearinghouse of Mutual Help Groups: Directory, 
Spring 1990. 1990 103 p. 903/441 , 

Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics 

Graduate Programs in Agricultural and Resource Economics. 
1989 1 p. 901/565 

Department of Anthropology 

Perspectives on Inuit Culture: A Five College Symposium and 
Art Exhibit. 1988 36 p. [Proceedings and catalog] 901/566 

Department of Civil Engineering 

Variation of Heavy Metals Concentrations in Municipal Sludge 
Compost. By George D. Bacon and Michael S. Switzenbaum 1989 
131 p. [Technical Report] 903/442 

Department of English 

Graduate Studies in English. 1989 1 P- 901/567 

***Legacy: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Women 
Writers, vol. 6, no. 2, Fall 1989. 1989 76 p. 901/568 

***Legacy: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Women 
Writers, vol. 7, no. 1, Spring 1990. 1990 76 p. 902/492 

***Massachusetts Studies in English, vol. 10, no. 4, Fall 1986. 
1986 [series has continuous pagination] 903/443 

Department of Entomology 

Graduate Studies in Entomology. 1990 20 p. 904/373 

Food Service Department 

The Commoneer, V. 1, No. 7, Spring 1990. 1990 [unpaged] 
903/446 

Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management 

Species Profiles: Life Histories and Environmental Requirements 
of Coastal Fishes and Invertebrates (North Atlantic): Rainbow 
Smelt. By Jack Buckley 1989 11 p. Biological Report 82(11.106); 
TR EL-82-4 [In conjunction with the U.S. Department of the Interior] 
902/493 

147 



University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Department of Geology & Geography 

Abstracts of the 12th Arctic Workshop. I983 66 p. Contribution 
No. 44 901/570 

Bedrock Geology of Central Park, New York City. By Bruce D. 
Taterka 1987 84 p. Contribution No. 61 [Maps included] 
901/571 

Bedrock Geology of the High Peaks Region, Marcy Massif, 
Adirondacks, New York Field Guidebook Friends of the Grenville 
1983. By Howard W. Jaffe et al. 1983 [var. pag.] Contribution 
No. 46 901/572 

Bedrock Geology of the Pelham-Shutesbury Syncline Pelham Dome 
West-Central Massachusetts. By Stuart R. Michener 1983 101 p. 
Contribution No. 43 [Maps included] 901/573 

Brittle Fracture Petrofabric Along a West - East Traverse from 
the Connecticut Valley to the Narragansett Basin. By Paul Orville 
Eberly 1985 137 p. Contribution No. 57 901/574 

Climatic Fluctuations of the Western United States During the 
Period of Instrumental Records. By Raymond S. Bradley et al. 
1982 169 p. Contribution No. 42 901/575 

Effects of Acadian Kyanite-Zone Metamorphism on Relict Granuite- 
Facies Assemblages, Mount Mineral Formation, Pelham Dome, 
Massachusetts. By Margaret A. Roll 1987 202 p. Contribution 
No. 60 901/576 

Field Trip Guidebook: Regional Metamorphism and Metamorphic 
Phase Relations in Northwestern and Central New England. By Peter 
Robinson et al. I986 288 p. Contribution No. 59 901/577 

Geochemistry and Petrology of the Dry Hill Gneiss and Related 
Gneisses, Pelham Dome, Central Massachusetts. By Catherine E. 
Hodgkins I985 137 p. Contribution No. 48 [Maps included] 
901/578 

Geochemistry of Metamorphosed Volcanic Rocks in the Middle 
Ordovician Partridge Formation, and Araphibole Dehydration Reactions 
in the High-Grade Metamorphic Zones of Central Massachusetts. 
By Kurt Thomas Hollocher I985 275 p. Contribution No. 56 
901/579 

Geology of Pre-Mesozoic Bedrock of the Amherst Area, West- 
Central Massachusetts. By Richard A. Jasaitis, Jr. 1983 
98 p. Contribution No. 45 [Maps included] 901/580 



148 



University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Department of GeoloRv 
& Geography, continued 

Glacial Geologic and Glacio-Climatic Studies in the Canadian 
High Arctic. By Raymond S. Bradley 1985 271 p. Contribution 
No. 49 901/581 

Leo M. Hall: Teacher, Colleague and Friend, A Commemorative 
Booklet. By Peter Robinson 1988 27 p. Contribution No. 62 
901/582 

Mineral Chemistry and Phase Relations in Volcanogenic Sediments 
Metamorphosed to Pumpellyite-Actinolite Facies, Chatham Island, 
New Zealand Plateau, Southwest Pacific. By John Jeffrey Josephson 
1985 123 p. Contribution No. 55 901/583 

The Nain Anorthosite Project, Labrador: Field Report 1980. 
By S.A. Morse 1981 84 p. Contribution No. 38 901/584 

The Nain Anorthosite Project, Labrador: Field Report 1981. 
By S.A. Morse 1983 153 p. Contribution No. 40 901/585 

Petrography, Mineral Chemistry and Geochemistry of the Hardwick 
Tonalite and Associated Igneous Rocks, Central Massachusetts. 
By Charles Kenneth Shearer 1983 210 p. Contribution No. 51 
901/586 

The Petrology and Geochemistry of the Fitchburg Plutonic 
Complex, Central Massachusetts. By David E. Maczuga 1981 128 p. 
Contribution No. 36 901/587 

Retrograde Metamorphism of the Lower Devonian Littleton Formation 
in the New Salem Area, West-Central Massachusetts. By Kurt T. 
Hollocher I98I 268 p. Contribution No. 37 901/588 

Stratigraphy, Structure, and Metamorphism in the Monadnock 
Quadrangle, New Hampshire. By Peter J. Thompson I985 191 p. 
Contribution No. 58 [Maps included] 901/589 

Structure and Stratigraphy of Bedrock in the Ashburnham-Ashby 
Area, North-Central Massachusetts. By Virginia L. Peterson 
1984 182 p. Contribution No. 47 [Maps included] 901/590 

Structure and Tectonics of the Southern Gebel Duwi Area, 
Eastern Desert of Egypt. By Michael J. Valentine I985 141 p. 
Contribution No. 53 [Maps included] 901/591 

Tectonic Breccia of Metamorphosed Intrusive Igneous Rocks in 
an Acadian Shear Zone, Brooks Village, North-Central Massachusetts. 
By Peter S. Morton 1985 43 p. Contribution No. 54 [Maps 
included] 901/592 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Department of Geography 
& Geology^ continued 

***Petrography and Mineral Chemistry of Ultramafic and Related 

Inclusions from the Grapa A/K-1 Kiraberlite Pipe, Botswana. 

By Richard P. Tollo 1982 203 p. Contribution No. 39 9.02/494 

Styles of Metamorphism with Depth in the Central Acadian High, 
New England: A Field Trip Honoring J.B. Thompson, Jr. By C. 
Page Chamberlain et al. 1989 140 p. Contribution No. 63 
902/495 

Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research 
Human Factors Engineering. 1990 14 p. 904/374 

Department of Plant & Soil Science 

Agronomy Digest, yol. 9, 1989. 1989 9 p. 901/562 

Agronomy Digest, vol. 10, 1990. 1990 9 p. 903/445 

Fruit Notes, vol. 55, no. 3, Summer Issue 1990. 1990 25 p. 
903/444 

Fruit Notes, vol. 55, no. 1, Winter Issue 1990. 1990 29 p. 
901/564 

Department of Resource Economics 

Graduate Programs in Natural Resources and Environmental 
Economics, Agricultural Production Economics, Marketing/Industrial 
Organization of the Food System. 1990 [unpaged] 904/375 

Department of Theater 

M.F.A. Program in Theater, n.d. [unpaged] 902/496 

Division of University Relations and Development 

Massachusetts - University Magazine, vol. 1, no. 1, Winter 
1990. 1990 32 p. 901/593 

Massachusetts - University Magazine, vol. 1, no. 2, Spring 
1990. 1990 33 p. 904/364 

Massachusetts - University Magazine, vol. 2, no. 1, Fall 1990. 
1990 32 p. [See also: 904/38] 904/365 



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University of Massachusetts at Amhersti continued 

Environmental Institute 

Alaska: Regional Wetland Functions. n.d. 132 p. [Proceedings 
of a Workshop Held at Anchorage, Alaska May 28-29, 1986] 
902/497 

The Effects of Stormwater Surface Runoff on Freshwater Wetlands 
A Review of the Literature and Annotated Bibliography. By Richard 
B. Newton 1989 77 p. No. 90-2 902/498 

Functional Assessment of Freshwater Wetlands: A Manual and 
Training Outline. By Joseph S. Larson et al. 1989 62 p. 
902/499 

Pacific Regional Wetland Functions: Proceedings of a Workshop 
Held at Mill Valley, CA April 14-16, 1985. By Joy B. Zedler et 
al. 1990 162 p. Publication No. 90-3 904/376 

Honors Office 

The Honors Program. 1990 2 p. 902/500 

Labor Relations and Research Center 

Absenteeism: Its Rate and Measurement. 1987 27 p. Reprint 
Series No. 99 902/501 

Faculty Collective Bargaining After a Decade in Public and 
Private Colleges in New Hampshire. 1987 [var. pag.] Reprint 
Series No. 94 902/502 

***Human Resources Management Examines Itself and Its Limitations. 
1989 [var. pag.] Reprint Series No. 101 902/503 

***The Incident of Displacement. I988 [var. pag.] Reprint 
Series No. 100 902/504 

Labor Center Review, vol. 12, Spring 1990. 1990 28 p. 
903/447 

Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Research (MISER) 
Thompson Hall, Room 128, Amherst, MA 01003 

Selected Population and Income Data: Massachusetts Cities and 
Towns. 1990 15 p. 903/448 

New Students Program 

What's Next? An Introductory Guide to Campus Life. 1990 
20 p. 903/449 



151 



University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity 

Accommodating Disabled Students. 1990 12 p. 903/450 

Office of Financial Aid Services 

Alternative Sources for Financing Educational Expenses. 1989 
1 p. 901/594 

Office of Housing Services 

Residence Halls, n.d. 2 p. 903/451 
Office of University Relations 

Commencement 1990. 1990 1 p. 901/595 

Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs 

Undergraduate Rights & Responsibilities 1990-91. 1990 91 p. 
903/452 

School of Education 

***Equity & Excellence, vol. 24, no. 3, Fall 1989. 1989 73 p. 
[Special Issue: Adult Learners in Higher Education] 901/596 

***Equity & Excellence, vol. 24, no. 4, Summer 1990. 1990 73 p. 
904/377 

School of Management 

Awards Program and Initiation to the Gamma Chapter, Beta 
Gamma Sigma. 1990 [unpaged] 903/453 

Graduate Programs in Accounting. 1989 1 p. 901/597 

Seventeen Reasons Why the Business Community Should Invest in 
the University of Massachusetts School of Management. 1990 11 p. 
903/454 

School of Public Health 

Graduate Programs in Public Health, n.d. 35 p. 903/455 
Sport Management Program 

Sport Management Graduate Handbook. I990 20 p. 903/456 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

Sixty-Eighth Commencement May 26, 1990. 1990 3 p. 903/^57 
The Stockbridge School, 1991-1992. n.d. 2 p. 903/^58 

Undergraduate Admissions Office 

1991/92 Undergraduate Viewbook/Application. 1990 [var. pag.] 
904/378 

An Introduction 1991/92. n.d. [unpaged] 901/598 

Undergraduate Viewbook/Application 1990/91. n.d. [unpaged] 
902/505 

University Health Services 

Health Watch, vol. 13, no. 1, September I989. 1989 6 p. 
901/599 

Health Watch, Vol. 13, No. 2, April 1990. 1990 6 p. 
902/506 

Health Watch, vol. 14, no. 1, Fall 1990. 1990 5 p. 
904/379 

Water Resources Research Center 

1990 Directory of Water Resources Researchers in Massachusetts 
Colleges and Universities Special Publication. 1990 IO8 p. 
902/507 

Farmington River Wild and Scenic Study: Assessment of Water 
Supply Needs of the Greater Hartford Area. By Edward R. Kaynor 
1990 70 p. [A Report to the North Atlantic Regional Office, 
National Park Service] 904/380 

Massachusetts Water Resources Research Center Annual Program 
Report - 1989. 1990 38 p. [Prepared for the U.S. Department 
of the Interior, Geological Survey FY88, Grant No. 14-08-0001-G1568] 
902/508 



153 



University of Massachusetts at Boston 

Boston, MA 02125 

Downtown Campus 

Massachusetts Higher Education in the Eighties: Corporate 
Education, n.d. 30 p. The Alden Seminars, a White Paper 
901/600 

Massachusetts Higher Education in the Eighties: A Federal 
Agenda, n.d. 38 p. The Alden Seminars, a White Paper 
901/601 

Gerontology Institute 

Changing Times, Changing Economics: Experiences of Older 
Residents in Boston's North End. n.d. 65 p. 901/602 

Otm /03 ,<^', C3G 
William Monroe Trotter Institute 

African-Americans and Social Policy in the 1990*s. By Wornie L. 
Reed I989 15 p. Occasional Paper No. 17 902/509 

***Assessment of the Status of African-Americans, Volume I 
(Summary): Revised Edition. 1990 99 p. 903/460 

vvi^ \o H.Si'. ^s "73 /v ! 
***Assessment of the Status of African-Americans, Volume IV: 
Social, Political, and Economic Issues in Black America. 1990 
U9 p. 903/461 v^NN.04-.X; Y^^ 73/V.4 

***Assessraent of the Status of African-Americans, Volume VI: 
Critiques of the NRC Study, A Common Destiny; Blacks and 
American Society. 1990 56 p. 903/462 ^ 1-5 / /^ 

Blacks and Latinos in Boston: A Community Profile. By James 
Jennings and A. Jean Burnette 1988 50 p. Research Report No. 12 
902/510 ^nw D ^, 2i ', ^b^ 

Determining Tax Contributions and Service Benefits for Greater 
Roxbury. By Bette Woody I988 7 p. Occasional Paper No. 14 
902/511 L^^A 10 ^, 9^' G ^S 

The Eritrean People's Liberation Front: A Case Study in the 
Rhetoric and Practice of African Liberation. By Tsenay Serequeberhan 
1989 44 p. Research Report No. 10 902/512 ,, _ 

^^\ [^ f .'K'. 9r t7 

Human Rights, Women, and Third World Development. By Winston E. 
Langley I988 76 p. Research Report No. 7 902/513 

***The Indispensable Ally: Black Workers and the Formation of the 
C.I.O., 1934-1941. By Bill Fletcher, Jr and Peter Agard I987 
21 p. 902/514 VvvA^^H-, :l; T/> 3n 



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University of Massachusetts at Boston, William Monroe Trotter 
Institute, continued 

Latino Parental Involvement in the Boston Public Schools: 
Preliminary Notes from the Field. By Ralph Rivera I988 37 p. 
902/515 uv<VNl04,a:L34 

Racial Stereotyping: The Role of the Media. 1990 29 P. 
901/603 

•**Research on the African-American Family: A Holistic Perspective. 
By Robert B. Hill et al. I989 165 p. Assessment of the Status of 
African-Americans, Volume II 901/604 

vjv»n /o^f.^x'. /^s73/v. ^ 

The Search for Voice: Ideology and Perspective in the Black 
Community. By Phillip L. Clay I987 44 p. Occasional Paper No. 3 
902/516 

Serving the Elderly: Need Versus Policy. By Wornie L. Reed 

1988 16 p. Occasional Paper No. 15 902/517 

***Trotter Institute Review, vol. 4, no. 1, Spring 1990. 1990 
20 p. 903/463 

•**Trotter Institute Review, vol. 4, no. 2, Summer 1990. 1990 
23 p. 903/464 

University of Massachusetts Medical Center 

55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, MA 01655 

Magazine, vol. 12, no. 1, Spring/Summer 1990. 1990 44 p. 
902/518 

Magazine, vol. 12, no. 2, Fall 1990. 1990 32 p. 904/383 

Area Health Education Center Program 

Primary Care: Practice Opportunities Bulletin for Massachusetts. 

1989 22 p. 901/605 

Primary Care: Practice Opportunities Bulletin for Massachusetts, 
February 1990. 1990 19 p. 902/519 

Primary Care: Practice Opportunities Bulletin for Massachusetts, 
August 1990. 1990 15 p. 904/381 

Primary Care: Practice Opportunities Bulletin for Massachusetts, 
November - December 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 904/382 



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Victim and Witness Assistance Board 

30 Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY89. 1989 ^3 p. 901/606 

Water Resources Authority 

100 First Avenue, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02129 

$836,311,682.85 General Revenue Bonds 1990 Series A (New Series), 
1990 [var. pag.] 901/607 

5-Year Progress Report: Prepared Pursuant to Chapter 372 of the 
Acts of 1984, Section 22-b. By Kathleen Hearn and Daniel H. 
Gushing I989 [var. pag.] 901/608 

Interim Sludge Processing and Disposal Project: Deer Island, 
Nut Island and Fore River Staging Area Facilities: Site Hearings 
Documentation, June 22, I989. 1989 [var. pag.] [Includes maps] 
901/609 

MDG - MWRA Long Range Water Supply Study and Environmental 
Impact Report - 2020: Phase II Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 
EOEA #03518 904/384 

Advisory Board 

Six Beacon Street, Suite 915, Boston, MA 02108 

Wastewater News, vol. 1, no. 1, May I989. By Marie Goldstein 
1989 6 p. 901/610 

Wastewater News, vol. 1, no. 2, December I989. By Marie 
Goldstein I989 5 p. 901/611 

Water and Sewer Rates in MWRA Communities 1988. 1988 10 p. 
901/612 

Water and Sewer Rates in MWRA Communities I989. 1989 17 p. 
901/613 

Affirmative Action and Compliance Unit 

Affirmative Action Workforce Analysis 3rd Quarter FY90. 
n.d. [unpaged] 902/520 

Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities Plan 

Appendices Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1989 [var. 
pag.] [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 903/465 

Appendix A: Final- Plan and Final Environmental Impact Report 
(EIR); Supplemental Information for the Recommended Plan. 1990 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by the CH2M Hill Team] 904/385 



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Water Resources Authority, Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities 
Plan. contini>ed 

Appendix B: Final Report and Final Environmental Impact Report 
(EIR); Special Studies. 1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared by the CH2M 
Hill Team] 904/386 

Appendix C: Final Plan and Final Environmental Impa.ct Report 
(EIR); Supplemental Environmental Studies Technical Appendix. 1990 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by the CH2M Hill Team] 904/387 

Appendix D: Final Plan and Final Environmental Impact Report 
(EIR); Public Participation Document. 1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared 
by the CH2M Hill Team] 904/388 

Appendix E: Final Report and Final Environmental Impact Report 
(EIR); Summaries of Technical Memoranda and Errata for the Draft 
CSO Facilities Plan. 1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared by the CH2M 
Hill Team] 904/389 

CSO Control Alternatives Recommended for Additional Consideration, 
1989 [var. pag.] Technical Memorandum 7-7 [Prepared by CH2M 
Hill Team] 902/521 

Deep Tunnel Storage System Performance Analysis. 1989 [var. 
pag.] Technical Memorandum 7-4 [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 
902/522 

Executive Summary (Draft). 1989 [var. pag.] [Prepared by 
CH2M Hill Team] 903/466 

Hydrometerologic Criteria for the Evaluation of CSO Controls. 
1989 15 p. Technical Memorandum 2-6 [Prepared by CH2M Hill 
Team] 902/523 

Microcomputer Data Access System Documentation. I989 50 p. 
Technical Memorandum 3-3 [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 902/524 

Preliminary CSO Control by Sewer Separation. I989 [var. pag.] 
Technical Memorandum 7-8 [Prepared by CH2M Hill] 902/525 

Preliminary CSO Control Using Deep-Tunnel Storage System. I989 
[var. pag.] Technical Memorandum 7-5 [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 
902/526 

Preliminary CSO Controls Using In-Line and Off-Line Storage 
Alternatives. I989 [var. pag.] Technical Memorandum 7-3 
[Prepared by PEER Consultants, P.O.] 902/527 

Preliminary Environmental Screening of Initial CSO Alternatives. 
1989 [var. pag.] Technical Memorandum 9-3 [Prepared by CH2M 
Hill Team] 902/528 



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Water Resources Authority, Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities 
Plan. contini>ed 

Preliminary Layouts and Cost Estimates, Storage Tunnel CSO 
Control Alternatives, Volume I. I989 [var. pag.] Technical 
Memorandum 8-3 [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 902/529 

Preliminary Screening of CSO Control Alternatives. .I988 [var. 
pag.] Technical Memorandum 7-6 [Prepared by CH2M Hill] 
902/530 

Receiving Water Quality Modeling Approach. I989 [var. pag.] 
Technical Memorandum 5-1 [Prepared by Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc.] 
902/531 

Receiving Water Quality Modeling Approach, Technical Memorandum 
5-1. 1989 21 p. [Prepared by Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc.] 
903/467 

Sewer System Modeling Approach. I989 [var. pag.] Technical 
Memorandum 4-1 [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 902/532 

Spring Monitoring Program Mid-Course Correction. 1989 17 p. 
Technical Memorandum 3-9 [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 902/533 

Update of Satellite Storage and Treatment Projects from the 
1982 Facilities Plans. I989 [var. pag.] Technical Memorandum 
7-2 [Prepared by Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc. and Creative Land 
Use Affiliates] 902/534 

Volume 1 of 2 Environmental Impact Report (Draft). I989 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 903/468 

Volume 1 of 3 Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1989 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 903/469 

Volume 2 of 2 Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1989 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 903/470 

Volume 2 of 3 Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1989 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 903/471 

Volume 3 of 3 Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1989 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 903/472 

Volume I: Final Report and Final Environmental Impact 
Report (EIR); Executive Summary. 1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared 
by CH2M Hill Team] 904/390 

Volume II: Final Plan and Final Environmental Impact Report 
(EIR); Recommended Plan. 1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared by the 
CH2M Hill Team] 904/391 



158 



Water Resources Authority, Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities 
Plan . continued 

Volume III: Final Plan and Final Environmental Impact Report 
(EIR); Environmental Impact Assessment Part 1: Chapters 1-6. 
1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 904/392 

Volume III: Final Plan and Final Environmental Impact Report 
(EIR); Environmental Impact Assessment Part 2: Chapter 7. 1990 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by CH2M Hill Team] 904/393 

Residuals Management Facilities Plan 

Air Emissions Derivation Report (Draft), January I989. 1989 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 901/615 

Candidate Options Evaluation Volume I: Non-Site-Specific 
Evaluation and First-Level Screening (Draft), October I988. 
1988 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner Boston Harbor" [Prepared by 
Black & Veatch] 901/616 

Candidate Options Evaluation Volume II: Site-Specific Evaluation 
and Second-Level Screening (Draft), October 1988. I988 [var. pag.] 
"for a cleaner Boston Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 
901/617 

Candidate Options Evaluation Volume III: Final Options Analysis 
(Draft), February I989. 1989 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner Boston 
Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 901/618 

Conceptual Design Memoranda for Sludge Processing and Storage, 
August 1988. 1988 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner Boston Harbor" 
[Prepared by Black & Veatch] 901/619 

Environmental Impact Report Volume I: Final Options (Draft), 
February I989. I989 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner Boston harbor" 
[Prepared by Black & Veatch] 901/620 

Environmental Impact Report Volume II: Landfill Sites (Draft), 
February I989. 1989 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner Boston Harbor" 
[Prepared by Black & Veatch] 901/621 

Environmental Screening Analysis of Candidate Sites Volume I: 
Landfill Sites (Draft), September 1988. I988 [var. pag.] "for 
a cleaner Boston Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 901/614 

Environmental Screening Analysis of Candidate Sites Volume II: 
Coastal and Island Sites (Draft), September 1988. I988 [var. pag.] 
"for a cleaner Boston Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 
901/622 



159 



Water Resources Authority, Residuals Management Facilities 
Plan, continued 

Environmental Screening Analysis of Candidate Sites, Volume III: 
Inland Sites (Draft), September 1988. I988 [var. pag.] "for a 
cleaner Boston Harbor" [Prepared for Black & Veatch] 901/623 

Final Environmental Impact Report August 1989 (Executive 
Summary). 1989 13 p. "for a cleaner Boston Harbor" [Prepared 
by Black & Veatch] 902/535 

Minor Residuals Landfilling Volume I: First-Level Screening of 
Landfill Alternatives (Draft): October I988. I988 [var. pag.] 
"for a cleaner Boston Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 
901/62i| 

Minor Residuals Landfilling Volume II: Final Analysis of 
Landfill Alternatives (Draft), February I989. 1989 [var. pag.] 
"for a cleaner Boston Harbor" 901/625 

Technical Memoranda for Residuals Management Facility Plan, 
August 1988. 1988 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner Boston Harbor" , 
[Prepared by Black & Veatch] 901/626 

Volume 1 of 4 Final Environmental Impact Report; Final 
Facilities Plan and EIR. I989 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner 
Boston Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 902/536 

Volume 2 of 4 Final Environmental Impact Report; Response 
to Comments on EIR. I989 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner Boston 
Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 902/537 

Volume 3A of 4 Final Environmental Impact Report; Public 
Health Assessment. 1989 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner Boston 
Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 902/538 

Volume 3B of 4 Final Environmental Impact Report; Public 
Health Assessment (Technical Appendices). I989 [var. pag.] 
"for a cleaner Boston Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 
902/539 

Volume 4 of 4 Final Environmental Impact Report; Planning 
Process Summary Document. I989 [var. pag.] "for a cleaner 
Boston Harbor" [Prepared by Black & Veatch] 902/540 

Secondary Treatment Facilities Plan 

Final Plan for Boston Harbor: G.L. c.30, Section 61 (Findings), 
December 15, 1988. I988 93 p. 902/627 

Waterworks Division 

Long Range Water Supply Program. 1990 131 p. 904/394 

160 



Wood's Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority 

P.O. Box 284,* Woods Hole, MA 02543 

The Steamship Authority: Annual Report 1988. n.d. 16 p. 
902/541 

The Steamship Authority: Annual Report 1989. n.d. 16 p. 
902/542 

Worker's Compensation Advisory Council 

100 Cambridge Street, 11th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Analysis of Friction Costs Associated with the Massachusetts 
Workers' Compensation System, Volume I: Executive Summary. 
1990 37 p. [Prepared by Milliman & Robertson, Inc., and John 
Lewis] 904/395 W C*.:^ '. RQkH /V I 

Analysis of Friction Costs Associated with the Massachusetts 
Workers' Compensation System, Volumes II and III. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by Milliman & Robertson, Inc., and^Jphn Lewis] 904/396 

Final Report FY89. n.d. 110 p. 903/473 

Medical Care Access Study, June 27, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by Lynch Ryan] 903/474 

Report to the Legislature on Competitive Rating of Workers' 
Compensation Insurance, n.d. 47P. 901/628 



Reportsstro-the L^igl^lature on Occupational Disease, n.d, 
85 p. (' 902/543 




Report to tReLegislature^on the Hai^k-Up System for Case 
Scheduling, n.d. 43 p. "902/544 



161 



INDEX 



TOPIC PAGE 



03 (contracts) 97 

254 CMR (Real Estate Brokers) 6 

453 CMR 6.00 29 

453 CMR 6.04 (4) (a) 29 

453 CMR 6.07 (5) 29 

453 CMR 6.12 29 

453 CMR 6.14 (2) (f) 29 

454 CMR 22.00 29,30 
454 CMR 22.07 (e) 30 



absentee ballot 96 

absenteeism 151 

abuse (substance) 47,54,91 

academic programs (university) 145 

Acadia 150 

accidents (rating) 29 

accidents (statistics) 49 

Accord Nursing Home, Inc. 113 

accounting (education) 29 

accounting system 129 

acetate (2-ethoxyethanol) 87 

acetate (2-raethoxyethanol) 87 

acetate (cellosolve) 87 

acetate (methyl cellosolve) 87 
acquisitions (Transportation Library) 141 

acts (legislative) 130 

acupuncture 6 
Administration and Finance, 

Executive Office for (fact sheet) 97 

admissions (university) 153 

adolescents 78 

adults 10 

advertising (outdoor) 133 

advertising (retail) 100 

Aeronautics Commission (report) 1 
AFDC (aid to families with dependent 

children) 33,34,40,49 

affirmative action 80-82,140,152,156 

Africa 154 

African-Americans 14,154,155 

AFSCME (contract) 80 

agents (legislative) 135 

agriculture 28 

agronomy 150 



162 



AIDS (acquired immune 

deficiency syndrome) 12,46-48,102,130 

AIDS (directory) 47 

air emissions 159 

air quality (report) 77 

air samples (asbestos) 29 

airport ^(Logan) 119 

Alaska 151 

alcohol 18,78,90,106,107 

alcohol (education) 91 

alcohol (patients) 106 

alcoholics 122 

Alden Seminars 154 

Alewife Brook 92 

ambient limits 27 

Americans (African) 155 

Amherst, MA 148 

animals 124 

animals (control) 84 

Ann Keon Ten Taxpayer Group 113 

anorthosite 149 
ANR (approval not required) — 

see also: land 98 

applicants (active duty - military) 45 

aquatic survey 9I 

arbitration (used vehicles) 100 

architecture (Massachusetts) 130 

art (contemporary - museum) 123 

Arts Lottery 1 

asbestos 29,30 

asbestos (certificates) 30 

asbestos (false ceilings) 29 

asbestos (forepersons) 29 

asbestos (friable surfaces) 29 

asbestos (licenses) 29,30 

asbestos (licensing fees) 29 

asbestos (monitors) 29 

asbestos (supervisors) 29 

asbestos (suspended ceilings) 29 

asbestos (work sites) 29 

Ashburnham, MA I49 

Ashby, MA I49 

Ashland, MA 121 

assistance (legal) 117 

Athol, MA 32 

atlas (Massachusetts) 28 

attendance (schools) 3 

Attorney General's Office 1 

audit (internal - MDC) 122 

auditing (EOHS) 102 

Auditor (newsletter) 54 

automated teller machine fees 99 

automobiles (used) 100 



163 



bacteriological data 91 

Baird and McGuire 83 

bald eagles 146 

ballot question (campaign finance) 126 

ballot questions 96 

bands (Massachusetts) 14 

bank (land) 107 

banks 79 

banks (co-operative) 79 

banks (fees) 99,100 

banks (savings) 79 

banks (trust companies) 79 

Basbas, Monte G. 13 

basic skills 2 

Baystate Medical Center 113 

beans 28 

bears (polar) 122 

bedrock 148,149 

Belchertown State School 106 
Berkshire SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23,24 

Beta Gamma Sigma (UMASS) 152 

Bhatti, M. Ilyas 97 

bibliography (economy) 140 

bibliography (manpower documents) 38 

bicycles 26 

biomonitoring program 92,93 

birds (Massachusetts) 14 

births (home registry) 137 

Black (legislators) 103 

Black (workers) 154 

Black America 154 

Black (community) 155 

Black Legislative Caucus 103 

Blacks 154 

Blacks (Massachusetts) 14 

Blackstone Project 26 

Blue Cross 85 

Blue Hills Reservation 122 

Blue Shield 85 

Blueprint 2000 130 

BMA of Westwood 114 

Board of Education (report) 2 
Board of Regents of Higher Education 

(compliance report) 4 
Board of Registration in Medicine 

(report) 6 

bogs (cranberry) 146 

bonds (dedicated income tax) 76 

bonds (educational) 111,112 

bonds (general obligation) 75,76 

bonds (health facility) 112 

bonds (hospital) 111,112 



164 



bonds (nursing home) 111 

bonds (revenue) 111,112 

bonds (state) 75,76 

bonds (water resources) 156 

Boston (Metropolitan District) 7 

Boston (guidebook) 130 

Boston (municipal court) 142 

Boston harbor 86,91,160 

Boston, MA 13,21,23,25,33,36,37, 

50,51,122,123,127,132,154,155 

Boston, MA (drug use) 90 

Boston (education) 22 

Boston, MA (map) 49 

Boston, MA (metropolitan region) 122 

Boston, MA (port) 119 

Boston, MA (SMSA) 32,38 

Boston, MA (taxi service) 117 

Boston, MA (transportation) 7 

Boston, MA (vocational education) 86,87 
Boston PMSA (Primary Metropolitan 

Statistical Area) 25 

Botswana 150 

Bradford Fellowship 102 

Braintree, MA 122 

Brennan, Senator John A. 97 

Brightman Street bridge 49 

Bristol SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23 

Brockton, MA 37 

Brockton SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23,24 

Brookline, MA 2,103 

Brooks Village, MA 149 

budget (AFDC) 49 

budget (children's) 125 

budget (cuts - community colleges) 115 
budget (Department of Public Welfare) 48 

budget (gap) 105 

budget (governor) 108 

budget (judiciary) 141 

budget (reduction) 105 

budget (state) 129 

building (education) 145 

Building Authority, State College 139 

building code 130 

building code (lighting) 96 

buildings (historic) 114 

burns (injury report) 83 

bus (service - South Corridor) 118 

bus (service - West Corridor) 118 

buses (capital assistance) 102 

buses (intercity) 102 

buses (service) 102 

business (small) 43 

Buzzards Bay 91 



165 



C.I.O. 154 

cable television (subscriber count) 15 

calendar 115 

calendar (1990) 109 

calendar (travel) 132 

Cambridge, MA 106,120,121 
Campaign and Political Finance, Office of 

(advisory summaries) 126 

campaign contributions 126 

campaign expenditures 126 

campaign finance 126 

campaign finance (ballot questions) 126 

campaign finance (General Court) 126 
campaign finance (multi-candidate 

committees) 126 

cancer 9 

cancer (childhood) 11 

cancer (firefighters) 137 

cancer (Massachusetts) 9,11 

candidates (campaign finance) 126 

candidates (expenditures) 126 

Canton, MA 122 

Cape Cod (economy) 11 

Cape Cod (traffic) 11 

Cape Cod Hospital, Inc. 141,151 

Cape Cod SDA (Service Delivery Area) 24 

Cape Cod, MA 4,84 

Cape Cod, MA (transit report) 11 

Capital Resource Company (report) 11 

capital improvements 53 

Capitol Police (newsletter) 11,12 

Carballo Awards 45 
CARD (Commercial Area Revitalization 

District Plans) 18 

care (primary) 90 

careers 23 

careers (health) 26 

Carnegie Schools 21 

Castro V. Beecher 86 

catalog (college) 135,139 

catalog (personnel development) 46 

catalog (State bookstore) 139 

catalog (university) 145,153 

cellosolve 87 
Centers of Excellence Corporation 

(report) 12 

central artery 49,50,129 

central artery (newsletter) 49 

Central MA 84 
Central Massachusetts Regional 

Planning Commission (report) 12 



166 



Central Park, New York 

CETA 

Chakalos, John C. 

Change (Special Commission on) 

Chapter 40, Section 39K 

Chapter 74 

Chapter 150, Acts of 1990 

Chapter 188 

Chapter 193 of the Acts of 1989 

Chapter 579 (1980) 

Chapter 727 

charges (licensing) 

charities 

charities (public) 

Charles River 

Charles River Park Ten Taxpayer Group 

Chelsea, MA 

chemistry 

chemistry (mineral) 

cherry sheets 

child abuse 

child care 

childhood (early) 

children 

(at risk) 

(Boston) 

(budget) 

(family support directory) 

(foster) 

(homeless) 

(infant mortality) 

(latch- key) 

(molester classification) 

(needs) 

(newsletter) 

(nutrition) 

(restitution programs) 

(school) 

(services) 

(special needs) 

(transportation) 

(violence) 

(welfare plan) 
, Office of 

children (needs) 
children (services) 



children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

children 

Children 

CHINS see also: 

CHINS see also: 



cigarette smoking 

cities (small, programs) 

cities and towns 

Citizen's Guide to State Services 

(update) 
city clerks 
civil liberties (educational materials) 



148 

30,31,33-43 

114 

106 

53 

87 

45 

2,8,10,20,22,94,95 

53 

105 

21 

97 

2 

2 

93 

113 

21 ,120 

149 

149,150 

53 

107 

88,124,125 

88 

10,124 

103 

124 

125 

124 

107 

125 

47,48 

106 

7 

106 

124 

10,47 

41 

20 

106 

47 

9 

54 

54 

125 

106 

106 

90 

99 

151 

12 
139 

14 



167 



civil servicfe 86 

civil service (employment) 86 

civil service (examination - booklet) 45 

civil service (police) 86 

classrooms 143 

Clean Harbors of Braintree, Inc. 102 

clerks (town) 144 

climate 148 

Clinton, MA 81 

CLT petition 53 

CLT petition (higher education) 4 

CMV globulin 48 

coastal cleanup 13 

Coastal Massachusetts 86 

cocaine 90 

collective bargaining (colleges) 151 

collective bargaining (public employee) 144 

college (art) 5 

college (faculty) 103 

college (students) 100,145 

college (tuition retention program) 4,5,6 

College Park 113 

colleges (admissions) 153 

colleges (building authority) 139 

colleges (catalog) 7,103,139,143,153 

colleges (community) 4,5,7,115,122,135,139 

colleges (financial aid) 152 

colleges (merger) 4 

colleges (state) 5,6,103,119 

colleges (university) 5,6,143 

colleges and universities 138 

Columbia Point 14 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts 

Employees Campaign) 97 

commencement 144,145,152 

committee (legislature) 103 
committees, registered (multi-candidate) 126 

communication (graphic) 7 

communication (visual) 7 
Communities and Development, Executive 

Office of (newsletter) 98 

community (facilities) 99 

community development 15 

Community Development Action Program 97 
Community Development Finance 

Corporation (newsletter) 15 
Community Economic Development 

Assistance Corporation 15 

Community Reinvestment Act 78 

community services (education) 145 

commuting (Boston) 51 

commuting patterns (Route 128 West) 122 

compensation (deferred) 105 



168 



computer services 128 

computer users (newsletter) 135,136 

computer users (systems projects) 45 

computers (survey - education) 127 

condominiums 120 

conduct (state managers) 108 

conflict of interest 140 
conflict of interest (state employees) 140 

Connecticut Valley 84,148 

conservation (water) 79 
Conservation Services, Division of 

(report) 80 
Constitution, U.S. (educational 

materials) 14 
Constitution, U.S. (Massachusetts 

ratification) 14 

construction 77 

construction (public) 93 

construction (school) 2 

construction cases (appealed) 77 

consultant contracts 97,129 

consultant services 45 
Consumer Affairs and Business 

Regulation, Executive Office of 

(profile) 100 

consumer law 100 

consumers (college students) 100 

consumers (credit) 78 

consumers (guide) 100 

contracts (03) 97 

contracts (consultant) 129 

convention center I5 

convention center (newsletter) 16 

co-operative banks 79 
CORI (criminal offender record 

information) I9 

corporate takeovers 29 

corporations (foreign) 52 

corporations (Massachusetts) 52 

corporations (report) 16 
correctional facilities (pre-release) 18 

correctional institutions 18,19,20 
correctional institutions (adult 

education) IO5 

correctional institutions (county) I3 

correctional institutions (inmates) 19 
correctional institutions (MCI-Cedar 

Junction) 19 
correctional institutions (MCI- 

Framinghara) 32 

correctional institutions (releases) I9 
correctional institutions (residents) 19 
corrections (advisory committee report) 108 



169 



corrections (county statistics) 

corrections (court commitments) 

corrections (research) 

county government 

county officers (campaign finance) 

court (automation) 

court (case flow) 

court (hours of business) 

court (personnel) 

court (rules) 

courts (commitments) 

courts (conduct) 

courts (Boston Municipal) 

courts (clerks) 

courts (correctional commitments) 

courts (drunken drivers) 

courts (plan) 

courts (records, public access) 

courts (reorganization) 

courts (sexual harassment) 

courts (youth commitments) 

coyotes 

cranberry bogs 

credit (consumers) 

credit card report 

credit unions 

Criminal Justice, Committee on 

(newsletter) 
Criminal Justice Training Council 
Crozier report 

CSO (combined sewer overflow) 
Culbreath Case 

Cultural Council (newsletter) 
curriculum (Criminal Justice 

Training Council) 
curriculum (Massachusetts legislative 

process) 
curriculum (women) 



19 
18 

19 

53,104 

126 

142 

142 

142 

142 

141 

19 

142 

142 

141 

18 

90 

143 

77 

16 

143 

76 

146 

146 

78 

79 

79 

13,14 

17 

110 

156-159 

97 

17 

17 

131 
21 



data processing 79,135 

day care 8,10,54,124 

deaths (statistics) 9 
debt collection (RFP's - request for 

proposals) 129 

Decision '90 seminars 45 

Dedham, MA 122 

Deer Island 156 

Deerfield River 92,98 

defense (industry) 25 

defense (spending) 24 

deleading (certification) 30 

deleading (medical monitoring) 30 



170 



deleading (ventilation) 

demographics. (45+) 

demography (elderly) „^^^.^>) 

demolition (historic property) 

dentists (newsletter) 

development (regional f^.^^.^ 

developmental disabilities (plan) 

diet analysis 

directive (revenue) 

directory (AIDS) 

disabilities 

disabilities (psychiatric) 

disabled . 

disabled (bibliography) 

disabled (developmentally) 

disabled (state plan) 

disease (communicable) . 

dic^pase (sexually transmitted) 

disposal sites (see hazardous waste) 

dispute resolution 

District Attorney's Office 

(Middlesex County) 
district courts — see courts 
districts (senatorial) 
Donahue Institute 
drivers (first offender) 

driving (drunk) 

drugs 

drugs (enforcement) 

drugs (fact sheet) 

drugs (handbook) 

drugs (manual) 

drugs (newsletter) 

drugs (patients) 

drugs (treatment) 

drugs (use) 

drunk drivers 

Dukakis, Michael S. 



30 

41 

9,90 

114 

6 

121 

77 

146 

51 

47 

77,137 

137 

75,137 

77 

137 

77 

89 

89 

10 

16 

123 

96 

143, 144 

91 

17 
13,47,109,110,130 

13 

109 

17 

17 

84,109 

106 

107 

90 

13 

103 



eagles (bald) 
earthquakes (Boston area) 
earthquakes (study) 
eastern equine encephalitis 
Eastpointe Nursing Center 
economic conditions 
economics 

economics (agricultural) 
economics (development) . 
economics (development projects) 
economics (education) 
economics (Massachusetts) 
economics (New England) 



146 

13 

13 

101 

114 

33 

154 

147 

15,31 

107 

119 

53,116 

119 



171 



economics 


[university - brochure) 


150 


economy (bibiiography) 


^no 


economy (Cape Cod) 


11 


economy (convention center) 


11 


economy (Masachusetts) 


23,53,108 


economy (quarterly report) 


53 


economy (state) 


1 


education 




88 


education ( 


21st century) 


20 


education 


academic districts) 


21 


education ( 


accounting) 


152 


education ( 


'adult) 


8 


education ( 


alcohol) 


92 


education ( 


assessment) 


94-95 


education ( 


basic skills) 


94 


education ( 


bilingual) 


8,80,89,127 


education ( 


Black students) 


146 


education ( 


budgets) 


21 


education ( 


career) 


144 


education ( 


choice of assignment) 


22 


education ( 


collaboratives) 


21 


education ( 


Commissioner's plan) 


2 


education ( 


Commissioner's report) 


20 


education 


computer) 


127 


education 


corporate) 


154 


education ( 


correctional programs) 


105 


education ( 


cost) 


75 


education ( 


demand tables) 


42 


education ( 


drugs) 


130 


education 


'drunken drivers) 


78 


education ( 


'early childhood) 


8,80 


education 


[endowments) 


105 


education ( 


'engineering) 


146 


education 


[environmental) 


146 


education ( 


'equity) 


127 


education ( 


'families) 


88 


education 


'family involvement) 


21 


education ( 


[females) 


36 


education 


[global) 


145 


education 


[grants) 


22 


education 


[government) 


131 


education 


[guide) 


26 


education 


[handicapped) 


89 


education 


[health) 


20 


education 


[higher) 


4,105,154 


education 


[homeless) 


20,21 ,125 


education 


[legislative matters) 


2 


education 


[legislative proposals) 


22 


education 


[linguistic) 


8 


education 


[loans) 


94 


education 


[medical) 


6 


education 


[newsletter) 


22 


education 


[nutrition) 


10 



172 



education (occupational) 

education (parent involvement) 

education (policies) 

education (postsecondary) 

education (programs) 

education (public) 

education (quarterly magazine) 

education (regional centers) 

education (report) 

education (resources) 

education (science) 

education (special) 

education (special - appeals) 

education (student advisory councils) 

education (supply tables) 

education (survey) 

education (technical) 

education (technology) 

education (telecommunications) 

education (television) 

education (television - newsletter) 

education (tests) 

education (trust funds) 

education (vocational) 

education (women) 

Education, Board of (report) 

educational (facilities) 

Educational Financing Authority 

(report) 
elderly 

elderly (ombudsman program) 
elections 

elections (AVM voting machines) 
elections (ballot questions) 
elections (campaign practices) 
elections (expenditures) 
elections (optical scanner voting) 
elections (paper ballots) 
elections (SHOUP voting machines) 
electric (municipal) 
electronics (digital) 
electronics (optical) 
electronics (technology) 
ELMS (education of linguistic 

minority students) 
Emerson Hospital 
employee (public) 
employee (public - bargaining) 
employees (55 and over) 
employees (development) 
employees (housing authority) 
employees (municipal) 
employees (public - ethics) 



37 

21,22,89 

2 

6 

2 

20-21 

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20 

130 

144 

95 

8,10,89,90 

10 

3 

42 

40 

2,86-87 

95 

118 

127 

127 

2,94 

5 

1,21,37,86-87 

21 

2 

112 

95 

9,100,101,154-155 

101 

95-96 

96 

96 

96 

126 

96 

96 

96 

123 

7 

7 

7 

89 

112 

87-88 

144 

33 

45 

140 

140 

139 



173 



employees (reduction in force) 
employees (retired) 
employees (state) 
employees (state - active) 
employees (state - contract) 
employees (state - insurance) 
employees (state - retired) 
employees (state, county, municipal - 

campaign finance) 
employees - public (investment 

report, retire 
employer 

employer (interviews) 
employers (Boston area) 
employment 



employment (cities 
employment (civil 
employment (disabl 
employment (federa 
employment (female 
employment (guide) 
employment (part-t 
employment (report 
employment (state) 
employment (traini 
employment (trends 
employment (youth) 
Employment Securit 
encephalitis 
energy assistance 
Energy Facilities 

(decisions) 
engineering (civil 
engineering (educa 
engineering (newsl 
engineering (repor 
engineering (unive 
engineering (women 
engineering, human 

(industrial engin 
English (second la 
English (studies) 
Enterprise Fund 
entomology (gradua 

system questions) 
environment (Massa 
Environmental Prot 
Eritrea 

Ernest J. Broadben 
establishments ("b 
ethics (employment 
ethics (newsletter 



97 

87,111 

87-88,111,140 

111 

80 

111 

111 

126 



t systems) 


87 




81 


ws) 


32,38 


area) 


23,33 




23,24,30,31,34,36,38-43, 




81-83,137 


and towns) 


23 


service) 


86 


ed) 


137 


1) 


81 


s) 


33,36 




26 


ime) 


32,33,40 


) 


26,31 




23,81 


ng) 


30 


) 


24-25 




33,40,43 


y. Division of 


80-83 




46,101 




98 


Siting Council 






96 


- education) 


146 


tion) 


146 


etter) 


146 


t - university) 


146 


rsity) 


146 


- program) 


146 


factors 




eering) 


150 


nguage) 


7 




147 




53 


te rating 






127 


chusetts) 


101 


ection, Department of 


26 




154 


t Ten Taxpayer Group 


114 


irth") 


40 


) 


139 


) 


139 



174 



ethics (State - rulings) 140 

Ethics Commission, State 139-140 

ethoxyethanol (2) 87 

ethylene glycol 87 

evaluations (jobs) 33 

Everett, MA 87-88,120 
Executive Office of Communities and 

Development (newsletter) 98-99 

expenditures (classification plan) 129 



faculty (university) 144 

fairs 50 

fairs (community) 14 

Fall River, MA 38,49 

families (food resources) 48 

families (violent) 54 

family services (education) 145 

family support (directory) 124 

family support (newsletter) 44 : 

farmers (markets) 28 

farming (newsletter) 28 

Farmington River 153 

farmland 53 

farms (founding) 144 

fashion (education) 145 

fecal contamination 92 

feed 28 

fees (impact) 120 

fees (state) 97 

females 36 

fertilizer 28 

film 103 

finance (municipal) 53,106,143 

financial report (preliminary) 129 

financial report 128 

firefighters 137 

firefighters (cancer) 9 

fires (reporting) 83 

fiscal (procedures - State) 97 

fiscal crisis (Massachusetts) 116 

fiscal management 110 

fiscal recovery 116 

Fiscal Recovery Loan Act of 1990 76 

fish 84 

fish (marine) 86 

fisheries (federal aid) 84 

Fisheries and Wildlife, Division of 84 
Fisheries and Wildlife & 
Environmental Law Enforcement, 

Department of (newsletter) 28 

fishes 147 



175 



fishing (licenses) 84 

Fitchburg, MA 124, U9 
Fitchburg State College 

(President's Report) 103 

fitness 110 

flags (state) 10 

Flaherty, Representative Michael F. 97 

food 10 

food (newsletter) 84 

food pricing 100 

food programs 10 

food (schools) 10 

food service (university-newsletter) 147 

force, use of (lesson plan) 17 

Fore River 156 

forests 147 

foster care 107 

foster children 107 

Framingham, MA 121 
Franklin/Hampshire SDA 

(Service Delivery Area) 25 

Franklin County 98 

French River 94 

friction costs (workers' compensation) 161 

funds (non-appropriated) 5 

funds (trust) 5 

furlough program (statistics) 18 

furloughs (statistics) 18 



Gannett, Deborah Sampson 14 

gas (investments) 132 

gender equality (courts) 142 

General Court (campaign finance) 126 

General Hospital Corporation 113 

genetics (newsletter) 107 

geochemistry 148,149 

geology 148,149 

geometry 94 

glycol (ethylene) 87 

Governor 2,108 

Governor (budget) 108 

Governor (economic address) 108 

Governor (grants) 108 

Governor (pardons) 108 

Governor (speech at MIT) 108 
Governor's Advisory Committee 

on Corrections 108 
Governor's Conference on Community 

Revitalization 43 
Governor's Council (campaign finance) 126 

grants 31 



176 



Greenfield, MA 32 

greenhouses . 9 

groundfish 28 

growers (wholesale) 28 

growth (special commission on) 106 

guidebook (Boston) 132 

guidebook (Massachusetts) 132 



Hamill report 110 

Hampden County, MA 37 

Hampden SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23 

handbook (education) 89 

handbook (PMS) 45 
handbook (procedures - state agencies) 46 

handbook (university - intramurals) 145 

handbooks (students) 10 

handicapped (budget cuts) 127 

handicapped (education) 89 

Hanover, MA 120 

harbors 94 

Hartford, CT I53 

Haverhill, MA 80, 81 

Hay Guide 45 

hazardous waste 10,27,85 

hazardous waste (facility siting) 10 

health (board members) I39 

health (careers) 26 

health (chemical effects) 27 

health (coverage) 111 

health (day care) 8 

health (facilities) 112 

health (insurance) 43 

health (intervention directory) 47 

health (leukemia) 83 

health (newsletter) I53 

health (system - Massachusetts) 104 

health (toxic substances) 83 

health (university system) 153 
Health and Education Facilities 

Authority (newsletter) 112 

health care 128,155 

health care (children) 47 

health care (providers) 46 

Health Facilities Appeals Board 113,114 

high school graduates 21 

hispanics (offenders) 20 

historic places II5 

historical commissions 114 

HIV see also: AIDS 46,47,102,130 

Holbrook, MA 83 

home mortgages 79 

homeless (children) 20,21,125 



177 



homeless (edQcation) 20,21,125 

homemakers (re-entry program) 36 

homeownership 116 

honors program (university) 151 

Hoosic River 92 

Hopkinton, MA 121 

horse racing 97 

hospitals 106 

hospitals (Cape Cod) 141 

House of Representatives (audit) 104,105 

House of Representatives (counsel) 103 
House of Representatives 

(legislative actions) 105 

housing 107,121,137 

housing (affordability) 115,120 

housing (congregate) 100 

housing (newsletter) 97-99,116 

housing (rural areas) 138 

housing (services) 98 

housing (trusts) 121 

housing (university) 152 

housing authority members 140 

Housing Finance Agency 116 
Housing Finance Agency 

(Chairman's statement) 115 

Housing Finance Agency (newsletter) 116 

Housing Finance Agency (report) 115 

Hudson River 93 

human resources 151 

human resources (course catalog) 46 

human rights 154 

human services (purchase of) 128 

hunting (licenses) 84 

hydrology 93 

hydrometerology 157 

Hynes Convention Center 15 



immigrants (newsletter) 125 

immigrants (substance abuse) 91 

income 36,39,42,151 

income (earned) 39 

income (personal) 42 

income (survey) 40 

Industrial Finance Agency (report) 116 

industrial profile (Massachusetts) 82 

Industrial Services Program (report) 116 

industry (defense) 25 

information (occupational systems) 34 

information system 31 
Information Technology Acquisitions, 

Bureau of 46 

infrastructure 99,121 



178 



fn(^v-e^t 11 



initiative petitions 

initiatives 

injuries 

injuries (burns) 

injuries (sports) 

inmates 

inmates (female) 

Inspector General 

insurance (annual report) 

insurance (automobile) 

insurance (health) 

insurance (instructions for annual 

statement filing) 
insurance (life) 
insurance (long term care) 
insurance (newsletter) 
insurance (safe driver) 
insurance (state employees) 
insurance (survey results) 
insurance (unemployment) 
interpretive bulletin 

(campaign finance) 
interviews (termination) 
intramurals (university) 
Inuit culture 
inventory (management) 
invertebrates 
investments (public employees 

retirement systems) 



98 

140 

9 

48,83 

141 

19 

20 

79,129 

85 

85 

43 

85 

111 

81 ,101 

111 

85,123 

111 

111 

19,41 

126 

33 

145 

147 

135 

130 

87 



Jamaica Plain, MA 

jobs 

jobs (development) 

jobs (evaluations) 

jobs (for women) 

jobs (guide) 

jobs (health and safety issues) 

jobs (openings) 

jobs (placement) 

jobs (public safety) 

jobs (retention) 

jobs (statistics) 

jobs (survey) 

jobs (vacancies) r,J.' 0-\ p '^'^XM"'^ ^"C 1*7 

judiciary (managerial needs) 

judiciary (state of) 

justice 

justices of the peace 



128 

36,37,39,40,43 

23 

33 

111 

45 

87 

35,39,40 

23 

99 

33 

31 

40 

38 

142 

142 

141 

130,139 



179 



Keverian, Speaker George 104,140 

kidney globulin 48 

kimerlite pipe 147 



labor (market developments) 33 

labor (newsletter) 151 

labor (recruitment) 37 

labor (supply) 37,38 

labor (trends) 83 

labor (turnover) 39 

labor (youth) 42 

labor areas 82 

labor force (ages 16-19) 31 

labor force (youth) 31 

Labrador 149 

Lahey Clinic Hospital, Inc. 112 

lakes (classification) 92 

land (bank) 107 

land (subdivisions - ANR) 98 

land (trusts) 121 

land bank developments 107 

land use 27,120 

landfill 159,160 

landfill (Martone) 92 

Latino parents 155 

Latinos 154 

law (conflict of interest) 140,149 

law (constitutional) 17 

law enforcement 13,14,123 

Lawrence, MA 80,81 

layoffs 80 

Lazard Freres' report 50 

LBO's see also: leveraged buyouts 134 

lead 87 

lead paint 29,30,115 

lead paint (contaminated exterior) 29 

lead paint removal 87 
Legal Assistance Corporation (report) 117 
Legal Advisors Committee, 

Mental Health (newsletter) 142 

legal investments 79 
legal services (request for proposals) 99 
legislation (House of Representatives) 105 

legislative acts 130 

legislative agents 134 

legislative matters (education) 2 

legislative reports 104 

legislative research 104 

legislators (Black) 103 

legislature (committees) 103 

lemon law 100 



180 



leukemia . 83 

leveraged buyouts see also: LBO's 134 

Liacos, Chief Justice Paul J. 142 

liberal arts 7 

liberation (Africa) 154 

libraries 3 

libraries (development) 4 

libraries (long-range programs) 3 

library (acquisitions) 141 

library (injury prevention) 141 

library (transportation) 141 

Library Commissioners, Board of (report) 4 

library data (personnel) 4 

licenses (fishing) 84 

licenses (hunting) 84 

licenses (sporting) 84 

licenses (trapping) 84 

lighting (building code) 96 

linguistics 89 

literacy 14 

Little River 92 

loans 78 

lobbying 135 

lobsters 86 

local affairs 103 

Local Finance, Governor's Task Force on 110 

local mandates (newsletter) 75 

Logan airport 119 

long term care (elderly) 101,112 

long term care (insurance) 101 

lottery 140 

lottery (arts) 1 

Lowell General Hospital 114 

Lowell, MA 37-39,80,81,143 

Lower Merrimack Valley SDA 

(Service Delivery Area) 23,25 

lyme disease 47 



M-BIRS (Massachusetts Burn 

Injury Reporting System) 48,83 

macroinvertebrate (aquatic) 91 

magazine (alumni - university) 150 

mailing lists (software) 47 
management (development - 

state agencies) 144 

management (fiscal) 110 

management (guide) 45 

management (human resources) 151 
Management, School of (UMASS/Amherst ) 152 

manpower (program evaluations) 34 



181 



Manpower Development, Department of 30-43 
Manpower Development, Department of 

(bibliography) 36 
manual (Department of Manpower 

Development) 31 

Manuel Carballo Awards 45 

map (Boston) 49 

marine engineering 85 

marine resources 85 

marine technology 85 

Maritime Academy 4,5 

marketing (education) 145 

markets (farmers) 28 

Marlborough, MA 82,121 

Martha's Vineyard, MA 130,161 
Martha's Vineyard Commission (report) 117 

Massachusetts (fiscal crisis) 116 

Massachusetts (guidebook) 132 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation 

Authority (environmental impact report) 118 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation 

Authority (fare increase) 118 
MBTA — see Massachusetts Bay 

Transportation Authority 

Massachusetts Miracle 116 

master plans 120 

mathematics (tests) 94 

McCormack Institute (fact sheet) 116 

MCI-Framingham 20 
MDC (Metropolitan District Commission) 122 

media (electronic) 107 

mediation 16 

medicaid 104 

medical care (workers' compensation) 161 
Medical Center at Worcester, 

University of Massachusetts 155 

medical malpractice (report) 6 

medicare 100 

medicine (nuclear) 8 

meetings (public) 144 

mental health 44 

mental health (allocations) 105 

mental health (service plan) 44 

mental health (training project) 43 

mental retardation 137 

mental retardation (newsletter) 44 

merit system 45,86 

Merrimack River 92 
MET (Massachusetts Educational 

Television) 127 

metamorphism 148-150 

methoxyethanol (2) 87 



182 



methyl (cellosolve) 87 

Metro North SDA (Service Delivery Area) 24,25 
Metro Southwest SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 24 

MetroPlan 2000 121 

Mill Valley, CA 151 

Millers River 92 

Milton Hospital 112 

Milton, MA 122 

minorities (drugs and alcoholism) 78 
Minority and Women Business Assistance, 

State Office of 140 
MISER (Massachusetts Institute for 

Social and Economic Research) 151 
MMWEC — see also: Municipal Wholesale 

Electric Company 

Monadnock, N.H. 149 

Montachusetts (water quality) 123 

Montachusetts Region 123 

mortality (elderly) 9 

mortality (infants) 47,48 

mortgages (home) 79,115,116 

mortgages (loan program) 115,116 

mosquitos 101 
motor vehicles see also: automobiles 

motor vehicles (used) 100 

multi-candidate committees 126 

municipal (data bank) 53 

municipal (electric) 123 

municipal (finance) 53,106,143 

municipal (town clerks - manual) 144 

municipal (wastewaters) 92 

municipal officials (handbook) 144 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 123 

murder (convictions) 104 

museum (contemporary art) 123 

mutual help groups 147 

MWRA (contracts) 129 



Nantucket, MA 92,130,161 

Narragansett Basin 148 

Nashua, N.H. (water quality) 123 

Nashua River 93 

Natick, MA 121 

National Medical Care, Inc. 114 

Needham, MA 121 
New Bedford, Cape Cod and Islands SDA 

(Service Delivery Area) 25 

New Bedford, MA 24 

New Bedford SDA (Service Delivery Area) 24 

New Braintree, MA 79 



183 



New England • 146 

New Hampshire 149 

New Horizon 114 

New Salem, MA 149 

New Zealand 149 

newsletter (Ethics Commission) 139 

Newton-Wellesley Hospital 114 

nitrates 27 

noise (barrier program) 143 

Norfolk County 26,83 

North Central Subregion 121 

North Dorchester, MA 128 

North End 154 

North River 92 

North Shore Health Planning Council 113 

North Shore, MA 120-121 

North Station (garage project) 129 

Northeast MA 10,84 
Northeastern University (revenue bonds) 112 
Northern Middlesex SDA (Service 

Delivery Area) 24,25 
Northern Worcester SDA (Service 

Delivery Area) 24,25 

notary public 130 

notes (general obligation) 75 

nurseries 9 

nursing (temporary prices) 135 

nursing homes 9>101 

nursing services 135 

Nut Island 156 

nutrition 9,10 

nutrition (children) 47 



occupations 23,25 

occupations (directory) 26 

occupations (high demand) 36-38 

occupations (low wages) 41 

offenders (Hispanic) 20 

oil (heating) 105 

oil (investments) 132 

Old Colony (directory) 133 

Old Colony (newsletter) 132,133 

ombudsman see also: elderly 101 

optical scanner voting 96 



paper ballots 96 

Parcel 18 (Roxbury, MA) 129 

pardons see also: Governor 108 

parents 21 ,22,1 

parking (university) 145 

parole (hearings) 133 



184 



parole (proc&ssing) 133 

parole (statistics) 133,134 

Parole Board (report) 133 

parolees (interviews) 134 

passengers (safety) 134 

patients (drug and alcohol) 106 

Pelham, MA 148 

pension funds (public) 134 

People's Liberation Front 154 

performance recognition (State) 45 

personnel (annual report) 44 

personnel (training) 45 
Personnel Administration, Department 

of (annual report) 45 

Peter Benjamin Ten Taxpayer Group 113 

Peter Gordon 114 

petitions (initiative) 98 

petrofabrics 148 

petrography 149,150 

petrology 147,149 

photovoltaics 125 

physicians 46 
Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant (health 

study) 46 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission 134 

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority I34 

Pittsfield, MA 82 

places (historic) II5 

planning (newsletter) 98 

planning (regional) 12 

plant sciences (newsletter) 150 

plasticsworking 126 
PMS (Performance Management 

System - handbook) 28 

police (applicant information) 28 

police (Capitol - newsletter) 11,12 

police (certification handbook) 86 

police (consolidation) 97,106 

police (manual) I7 

police (metropolitan) 122 

police (training) I7 

ponds 84 

population (data) I5I 

Port Authority, MA 119 

poverty 42 

Powder Mill Pond 92 

precious metals (investments) 132 

prenatal care 46 

preservation 114,115 

preservation (historic) II5 

preservation (newsletter) 115 

pretrial (admissions - youth) 77 



185 



prices (component) 128 
pricing (component - social service 

programs) 128 

Pride in Performance 45 

primary care 155 

primer (design) 16 

prisons (New Braintree) 79 

prisons (overcrowding) 18 

probation 16 

probation (journal) 128 

procedures (state agencies) 46 

procurement (county) 129 

procurement (municipal) 129 

procurement (supplies and services) 129 

procurement process (state) 135 

professional responsibility (courts) 131 

programs (international) 144 

proposition 2 1/2 143 
public administration (fellowship 

program) 45 
Public Document 1 (commonly 

called PD 1) 137 
Public Document 12 (commonly 

called PD 12) 1 

public health (university programs) 150 
Public Health, Department of 

(legislative agenda) 48 
Public Health, Department of 

(legislative update) 48 
Public Health, Department of (report) 46 

Public Law 9^-142 89 

Public Law 99-457 89 

public opinion (survey) 116 

public policy (journal) 117 

publications (university) 145 

pupils (expenditures) 21 



Quabbin (reservoir) 121 

Quaboag River 122 

Quincy, MA 122 

Quincy Quarries 122 



race (stereotyping) 155 

radiation protection (annual report) 109 

radio 107 

radiography (medical) 7 

rail (commuter) 118 

railroads (newsletter) 118 

rainbow smelt 147 



186 



Randolph, Maes. 122 

RDAL (rental housing development 

action loan program) 99 

reading 95 

reading (tests) 94 

real estate 23 
recidivism 18,19 

records (state) 135 

recycling 105 

referenda 140 

refugees (newsletter) 125 

regents (audit) 4 

regional planning (Central Mass.) 12 

regional planning (report) 12 

Registration, Division of (report) 88 
Registry of Motor Vehicles 

(newsletter) I36 

Rehab Associates of New England II3 
Rehab Institute of Central 

Massachusetts II3 

rehabilitation (independent living) 137 

rehabilitation (vocational) 137 
Rehabilitation Commission (state Plan) 137 

remediation (basic skills) 2 

reports (legislative) 104 

research (corrections) I9 

research (legislative) 104 

reservoir (Quabbin) 120,121 

residents (non-citizen) 125 

resource recovery 10 

rest homes g 

restitution 39 

restraints, use of (nursing homes) 101 

retirement (public employee) 87 
retirement (public employees 

investment report) 87 

retirement (state) 88 

retirement system (Everett, Mass.) 88 

reunion (university) I45 

revenue (advisory newsletter) 1 

revenue (directive) 5I 

revenue (estimates) 97 

revenue (municipal data bank) 53 

revenue (resources) 1 
Richard E. R. Mayer, M.D. Ten Taxpayer 

Group 1-|3 

Richard Garber I45 

ridership survey (MBTA) II7 

right-to-know law 46 

rivers 28 

roads 120 

rocks (igneous) I49 



187 



rocks (volcanic) 
Route 128 
Roxbury, Mass. 
Rumford River 



148 

120,122 

5,128,129,154 

93 



safe driver plan 85 

safety (passenger) 134 

Saint John's Hospital (revenue bonds) 112 

salaries see also: wages 128 

salaries (legislative agents) 134 

salaries (transportation industry) 119 

Salem harbor 86 

salmon 146 

scholarships 4 
School of Education (UMASS/Amherst- 

magazine) 152 

School of Management (UMASS/Amherst) 152 

schools 88 

schools (ability grouping) 88 

schools (academic-regional) 53 

schools (achievement levels) 88 

schools (attendance) 3 

schools (Boston) 155 

schools (Boston/Chelsea) 21 

schools (children) 20 

schools (committee members) 140 

schools (construction) 2 

schools (curriculum) 87 

schools (directory) 21 

schools (elementary) 95 

schools (expenditures - students) 21 

schools (facts) 22 

schools (food service) 10 

schools (grade retention) 89 

schools (grants) 22 

schools (improvement) 22 

schools (parent involvement) 22 

schools (parents) 155 
schools (resource guide - environment) 22 

schools (truancy) 3 

schools (superintendents) 22 

schools (urban) 143 

schools (vocational-regional) 53 

science (curriculum) 95 

science (tests) 94 

seal (Commonwealth of Massachusetts) 130 

seaport 119 

securities 132 

seed 28 

SEIU/AFL-CIO (contract) 80 



senatorial districts 96 

septage (South Shore) 96 

septic systems 139 

services (occupational) 23 

sewer (rates) 156 

sewer plan (MWRA) 156-158 

sewers 157,158 

sewers (alternatives) 157 

sewers (microcomputer data access) 157 

sewers (overflow facilities plan) 156-159 

sewers (separation) 160 

sewers (storage) 157,158 

sexual assault 11,48 

sexual harrassment 143 

Shawsheen River 93 

shellfish 86 

shelters 93 

Shutesbury, MA 148 

Simmons College 111 

skiing 132 

sludge 147,156,159 

sludge (compost) 147 

Small Cities Program 99 

smoking (prohibition) 45 

social studies (tests) 95 

soil sciences (newsletter) 150 

soldiers (first woman) 14 

solid waste (master plan) 26 

Somerset, MA 49 

Somerville, MA 38,120 

Souhegan River 93 
South Coastal SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 24 

South Boston Haul Road 50 

South Shore 120 

South Shore (septage) 121 

South Shore Hospital 111 

Southborough, MA 121 

Southeast, MA 84 

Southeastern, MA 138,146 
Southeastern Massachusetts University 4 
Southern Essex SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 24,25 
Southern Worcester SDA (Service 

Delivery Area) 24,25 

Southwest Subregion 121 

Speaker George Keverian 104 

spending (defense) 24 

sporting (licenses) 84 

sports (injuries) 141 

sports (university) 152 

Springfield, MA 124 



189 



SRF Program <State Revolving Fund) 

St. John of God Hospital 

St. John's Hospital 

St. Joseph's Hospital 

Standards, Division of (report) 

state (sponsor plan for manpower) 

State Auditor, Department of (report) 

State College Building Authority 

State Colleges (magazine) 

state economy 

State Ethics Commission 

State Library (state publications) 

State of the State (address by 

the Governor) 
state publications 

state sponsor (manpower development) 
statistics (correctional programs) 
statistics (death) 
statistics (furlough program) 
statistics (Massachusetts) 
Steamship Authority 
STIP (Skill Training Improvement 

Program) 
Stockbridge School 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture 
student government 



students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 
students 

Amherst) 
students 
students 
students 



ability grouping) 

achievment levels) 

at risk) 

bilingual) 

black) 

career plans) 

college) 

development) 

disabled) 

dropouts) 

enrollment) 

expenditures) 

gifted) 

handbooks) 

high school) 

linguistic) 

lobbying) 

minority) 

new) 

per pupil expenditures) 

reading tests) 

responsibilities - UMASS/ 

science tests) 

talented) 

tests) 



U1 

113 

1U 

114 

90 

31 

5n 

139 

119 

1 

104,139,140 

140 

108 

140 

31 

18 

9 

18 

137 

130,161 

41 

t53 

153 

22 

88 

88,95 

88 

8 

146 

86 

145 

88 

152 

2,10,22,88 

86 

21 

125 

10 

21,86 

8 

88 

146,152 

145,151 

21 

94 

152 
94 
125 
94,95 



190 



students (university) 145,152 

Sturbridge, Mass. 93 

substance abuse 19,31,90,91 

substance abuse (immigrants) 91 

substance list 'i^ 

substance use 90 

Sudbury, MA 121 

Suffolk University 112 

Sullivan, Representative Gregory W. 105 

sweepstakes 2 



Taunton River 

Taunton, MA 

taxes (admissions) 

taxes (amusement services) 

taxes (automotive repair) 

taxes (box rentals) 

taxes (building services) 

taxes (business) 

taxes (collection maintenance) 

taxes (computer repair) 

taxes (court reporting) 

taxes (court stenographic services) 

taxes (credit reporting) 

taxes (customizing services) 

taxes (detective services) 

taxes (entertainment events) 

taxes (excise) 

taxes (forms) 

taxes (forms - AIDS) 

taxes (guard services) 

taxes (heating fuel) 

taxes (horticultural services) 

taxes (income) 

taxes (landscaping) 

taxes (Massachusetts) 

taxes (personal income) 

taxes (receipts) 

taxes (recreation services) 

taxes (Roxbury, MA) 

taxes (sales) 

taxes (security systems services) 

taxes (state) 

taxes (use) 

taxi service 

taxpayers (bulletin) 

taxpayers (guide) 

taxpayers (newsletter) 

teachers 

teachers (trainees) 

teachers (vocational) 



93 

82 

51 

51 

52 

51 

52 

106 

52 

52 

52 

52 

52 

52 

52 

51 

52 

52 

102 

52 

52 

52 

52 

52 

52 

106 

1 

51 

154 

51,52 

52 

52 

51,52 

117 

52,54 

52 

52 

22,88 

87 

87 



191 



Technology Development Corporation 142 

teenagers 90 

teenagers (drugs) 111 

telecommunications (education) 118 

telephone directory (public health) 47 

telephone rates (Eastern Massachusetts) 48 

telephone rates (Western Massachusetts) 48 

television 107 

television, cable (subscriber count) 15 

test (breath) 17 

tests (basic skills) 2 

tests (education) 94 

tests (mathematics) 94 

tests (reading) 94 

tests (science) 94 

tests (social studies) 95 

Tewksbury, MA 17 

theater (university) 150 

thinking 94 

third harbor tunnel 49,50,129 

third harbor tunnel (newsletter) 49 

Three Mile River 93 

tiles (floor - asbestos) 29 

TIP (transportation improvement program) 7,138 

Title I 35,38-40,42 

Title II 33,34,36 

Title IIB 32,39 

Title IID 32 

Title IV 5 

Title IV YETP 32 

Title VI 32 

Title VIB 35-37,40,43 

tours (guides) 131 

town clerks 139 

towns (growth) 121 

traffic 121 

traffic (Cape Cod) 11 

traffic accidents (statistics) 49 

training 30,34,36,41-43 

training (centers) 31 

training (guide) 26 

training (personnel) 45 

training (programs) 42 

training (report) 31 

training services 45 

training (skills) 32 

training (vocational) 32 

training programs 39 

transit (report - Cape Cod) 11 

transportation 117,120,122 

transportation (assistance) 102 



192 



transportation (Boston, Mass.) 7 

transportation (capital assistance) 102 

transportation (children) 9 

transportation (disabled) 102 
transportation (environmental impact) 117 

transportation (fare increase) 117 

transportation (mobility assistance) 102 

transportation (newsletter) 117,118,132 

transportation (Old Colony) 132,133 

transportation (pass program) 102 

transportation (public) 102 

transportation (special needs) 123 

trapping (licenses) 84 

travel (expenses) 138 

travel (Massachusetts) 132 

treatment (substance abuse) 90 

Trotter Institute (newsletter) 155 

truancy (schools) 3 

trust companies (banks) 79 

tuition (colleges) 6 

Turning 22 102 

turnpike (noise abatement) 143 



unemployment 

unemployment (insurance) 
unemployment (occupations) 
unemployment compensation 
U.S. Constitution (educational 

materials) 
universal health care 
university 

university (admissions) 
university (intramurals) 
university (Massachusetts) 
university (new students) 
university (sports) 

university (tuition retention program) 
University Hospital 
university parents (newsletter) 



34,39,41,42,82,83 

41,82 

42 

24,82,83 

14 

43 

5 

153 

145 

144 

151 

152 

5 

112 

144 



Valley Regional Health System 

(revenue bonds) 
valuation (farmland) 
victim (assistance board) 
video production 
videotaping (drunk drivers) 
voters (ballot questions) 
voting 
voting (registration) 



112 

53 

156 

103 

13 

96 

96 

96 



193 



Wading River* 

wages 

wages (cities and towns) 

wages (salaries - state) 

Waltham-Weston Hospital (revenue bonds) 

Ware River 

Warner Trail 

waste incinerator (Braintree, MA) 

wastewater 

wastewaters (municipal) 

wastewaters (toxicity) 

water (analysis) 

water (biological assessment) 

water (conservation) 

water (construction - abatement 

facilities) 
water (ecology) 
water (economics) 
water (fresh) 
water (ground) 
water (newsletter) 
water (nonpoint source plan) 
water (Pioneer Valley) 
water (pollution) 

water (pollution control publications) 
water (programs) 
water (quality) 
water (rates) 
water (resources) 
water (storm) 
water (supply) 
water (surface) 
Water Pollution Control, Division of 

(publications) 
water resources (directory) 
Water Resources, Division of 
Water Resources Authority (siting of 

headquarters) 
watershed 
Wayland, MA 
weight loss centers 
welfare 

welfare (child services plan) 
Wellesley, MA 
Wellesley College 
wellness program 

Wentworth Institute of Technology 
Western, MA 
Western Massachusetts Consortium for 

Global Education 
Weston, MA 



93 

23,38,81,83 

23,81 

23,81,128 

111 

93 

26 

102 

91,92,93 

92 

92 

93 

91 

28,79 

27 

28 

28 

151 

27,93 

156 

91 

92 

27,141 

92 

153 

90,93,123,138,158 

156 

94,153,156 

151 

92,93,121,153,156,160 

92 

92 

163 

93 

130 

120 

121 

100 

38,48 

54 

121 

112 

46 

111 

84 

145 
121 



194 



West Suburban Joint Diagnostic 

Services, Inc. 113 

wetlands 121,151 

wetlands (newsletter) 9^ 

wetlands (Pacific Region) 151 

whale watches 132 

wheelchairs (bus access) 102 

WIC (women, infants and children) 46,47 

wild turkeys 129 

wildlife 84 

wildlife (federal aid) 84 

William Monroe Trotter Institute 155 

witness (assistance board) 156 

women 154 

women (American) 147 

women (appointments) 110 

women (construction workers) 34 

women (curriculum) 21 

women (directory) 23 

women (education) 21 

women (head of households) 33 

women (jobs) 110 

women (services) 110 

women (studies) 14 

women (substance abuse) 91 

women (writers) 147 

Wood's Hole, MA 130,161 

Worcester, MA 37,75 

workers 38 

workers (Black) 154 

workers (mobility) 41 

workers (older) 30 

workers' compensation 28,29,161 

workers' compensation (medical care) 161 

workers' compensation (report) 161 

workforce (analysis) 108 

workforce (Massachusetts) 103,105 

workplace (drug-free) 109 

writers (American) 147 

writers (women) 147 

writing (college program) 145 

Wyatt Report 119 



youth (courts) 76 

youth (incomes) 39 

youth (pretrial admissions) 71 

youth programs (employment) 40 



zoning (Cambridge, MA) 121 

zoos 122 



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Aeronautics Commission 

10 Park Plaza, Room 6620, Boston, MA 02116-3966 

Part A Report: Second Major Airport Siting Study. 1990 
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Agricultural Experiment Station 

Amherst, MA 01003 

The Contribution of Portion Data to Estimating Nutrient 
Intake by Food Frequency. 1990 54 p. Research Bulletin 730 
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Information Resources and Landscape Planning: An 
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River Corridors: Present Opportunities for Computer-Aided 
Landscape Planning. By Eun Hyung Kim et al. 1991 75 p. 
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Training for Landscape Architects and Planners in 
Geographic Information Systems. By David Laws et al. 1991 
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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY90. n.d. 11 p. 913/5 
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Appellate Tax Board 

100 Cambridge Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1990. 1990 
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Eight-Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 26 p. 
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Attorney General's Office 

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Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1986. 1991 45 p. 
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Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, I989. 1991 
144 p. 913/7 

Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1990. 1991 42 p. 
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Donating Do's and Don'ts. 1991 2 p. 914/2 

ACS i. 'x: 07/ 
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Law Enforcement Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1, June 1991. 1991 
35 p. [This is the first newsletter.] 913/9 

Law Enforcement Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 2, October 1991. 
1991 40 p. 914/4 

Report on Charitable Fundraising. 1991 27 p. 914/5 

Review of the "Report of the Attorney General's Civil 
Rights Division on Boston Police Department Practices". 1991 
20 p. 912/3 p^Q. I 3,; ^,aa. 

Statement on Reinstating the Death Penalty in the 
Commonwealth. 1991 5 p. 914/6 j. ^ b 

fs <s '.'^ '. si ^^ 

Civil Rights Division 

Report on Boston Police Department Practices. 1990 72 p. 
911/2 f^G-I.Q,: l^3k^/9x 

Basic Skills Testing Program 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Chapter 188 

Massachusetts Basic Skills Tests: 1990 Results. 1991 28 p. 
[See also: 912/220] 912/4 , 

Bay State Skills Corporation 

101 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 

Annual Report I99O: "Developing Successful Partnerships 
Between Industry and Education in Massachusetts", n.d. 16 p. 
911/3 



Bay State Skills Corporation, continued 

•••The Massachusetts Biotechnology Industry/Education 
Resource Directory: A Guide to Schools, Careers and 
Biotechnology Companies, 1991 Edition. By Fenna Hanes 1991 
148 p. 913/10 



Berkshire Community College 

1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201-5786 

Catalog 1989 - 1990 (Time Period Extended to 1991). n.d 
122 p. 911/4 



Berkshire County Regional Planning Commission 

10 Fenn Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 8 p. 911/5 



Berkshire Regional Transit Authority 

67 Downing Parkway, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Annual Report July 1, 1986 - June 30, 1987. n.d. 
[unpaged] 912/5 

Annual Report July 1, 1988 - June 30, 1989. n.d. 
[unpaged] 912/6 

Annual Report July 1, 1989 - June 30, 1990, n.d. 
[unpaged] 921/7 



Board of Conciliation and Arbitration 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1101, Boston, MA 02202 

One Hundred and Fourth Annual Report 1990. 1990 [var, 
pag.] 913/11 

Mid-Year Report FY91. 1991 3 p. 913/12 



Board of Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Boston Vocational Technical Programs: Final Status Report, 
1990 [var. pag.] 911/6 ^ £^ d^O ,Bs', B^ GS 

Committee on Distressed School Systems and School Reform 
Report. 1991 19 p. [Also known as the Kaplan report] 
914/7 ^ 0^^^ '^ • ^^"^V^ 



Board of Education, continued 

Policies and Objectives of the Massachusetts Board of 
Education. 1982 8 p. 913/13 

Chelsea Oversight Panel 

Report on the First Year of Implementation of the Chelsea 
School Committee - Boston University Agreement 1989 - 1990. 
1990 8 p. 912/8 

Office of Planning. Research and Evaluation 

A Snapshot of Support for Public Education FY91 : State 
and Federal Grants for Massachusetts Schools. 1991 114 p. 

Task Force on Guidance and Counseling 
Report. 1986 131 p. 914/9 

Board of Library Commissioners 

648 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215 

101st Annual Report FY90. 1991 40 p. 914/10 

Introduction, n.d. 1 p. 914/11 

Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners ...serving 
Massachusetts libraries for more than a century, n.d. 1 p. 
914/12 

Massachusetts Libraries: An Alliance for the Future. By 
Jose-Marie Griffiths and Donald M. King 1991 55 p. [Called 
the King report] 914/13 

Massachusetts Libraries: An Alliance for the Future, 
Executive Summary. By Jose-Marie Griffiths and Donald W. 
King 1991 8 p. [Called the King report] 914/14 

f D AX . '3^ ". rr, t-^ / E ^.ex . ^ v/.*«^ . 

Massachusetts Public Libraries: A Directory. 1991 
[unpaged] 912/9 

Preserved to Serve: The Massachusetts Preservation Agenda 
(Draft). 1991 17 p. 914/15 

The Small Libraries Planning Process: A Planning Workbook 
for Public Library Development in Massachusetts. 1990 
120 p. 914/16 ^ osl^v."^: Sr^n 



Board of Library Commissioners, continued 

Data Analysis and Research Unit 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Personnel FY91 . I991 
75 p. 913/14 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Preliminary Report for 
FY89 - Selected Statistics. 1990 [unpaged] 911/7 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Selected Statistics 
FY90. 1991 41 p. 913/15 

Board of Regents of Higher Education 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency is now called the Higher Education 
Coordinating Council. This change took place September 1, 1991. 

Key Points about Massachusetts Public Higher Education, 
n.d. [unpaged] 913/16 ^q,.^,^. ^ sS. 

Reorganization of Public Higher Education in Boston: A 
Report to the Massachusetts General Court. 1982 [var. pag.] 
913/17 £Q^ jl^, 2 > ^^"^ 

Transition Paper, n.d. 15 p. 911/8 

Boston Task Force 

Report - Phase I (Draft). 1981 90 p. 913/18 

Compliance Unit 

75 Arlington Street, Room 530, Boston, MA 02116 

Audit of Lesley College Records for the Massachusetts 
General Scholarship Program. 1991 2 p. 912/10 

Bridgewater State College's Tuition Retention Program for 
the two year period July 1, 1988 through June 30, 1990. 1991 

Bristol Community College's Tuition Retention Program for 
the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. 913/19 

C /'^ ■ ^ '< T S -■ y (L r.si ■ / "f'i t 

Bunker Hill Community College's Tuition Retention Program 
for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. 

Massachusetts Bay Community College's Tuition Retention 
Program for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 
2 p- 9^2/13 ^ j_ ; , .., ^c^o^y VV^^,^, ^.^^ J ^. , , ^ 



Board of Regents of Higher Education, Compliance Unit, continued 

Massachusetts College of Art's Tuition Retention Program 
for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. 
911/9 ^D IH, 3l\ t^^^/ ftrt/^SO 

Massasoit Community College's Tuition Retention Program 
for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. 

911/10 ^ Q, m^^: -^^a.//^f^«s^i.*,a ./sqo 

Middlesex Community College's Tuition Retention Program 
for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. 

Northern Essex Community College's Tuition Retention 
Program for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 

Quinsigamond Community College's Tuition Retention Program 
for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. 

Report of the Audit Results and Activities for the Regents 
Compliance Unit from November 1, 1989 to April 30, 1990. 
1990 [unpaged] 911/11 

Report of Audit Results and Activities for the Regents 
Compliance Unit November 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1991 
[unpaged] 913/20 

Roxbury Community College's Audit of Non-Appropriated 
Funds. 1991 ^ p. 913/21 

£ /W. Si • B^ AS 

Roxbury Community College's Continuation of the Transfer 
of Responsibility for the National Defense Student Loans 
Portfolio. 1991 2 p. 913/22 

Transition of Responsibility for N.D.S.L. (National 
Defense Student Loans) Portfolio to Roxbury Community 
College. 1991 6 p. 912/17 

University of Lowell's Tuition Retention Program for the 
period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. 912/18 
r ; _ ;':,)■ r ' A / L 'Dv^ «- H / "^J-^cl ''^ i ' 

University of Massachusetts' Tuition Retention Program for 
the period July 1, I9898 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. 
911/12 ^0 l'^,'^'. T^5s/<atAftSS/<^0|0 

Office of Research. Information Systems and Assessment 

Annual Mandatory Fees for Full-Time Undergraduate Students 
for Academic Years 1990-91 and 1991-92. 1991 1 p. 913/23 



Board of Regents of Higher Education, Office of Research. 
Information Systems and Assessment, continued 

Completions at Public Colleges and Universities Academic 
Years 1988/89 and 1989/90. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/24 

Fall 1988 Headcount and Full-Time Equivalent RPEDS 
(Research and Planning, Enrollment and Degrees System) 
Enrollment Tables. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/25 

Fall 1988 Undergraduate Enrollment Residence by Age 
Tables. 1991 [unpaged] 912/19 

Fall 1989 Headcount and Full-Time Equivalent RPEDS 
Enrollment Tables. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/26 

Fall 1989 Undergraduate Enrollment Residence by Age 
Tables. 1991 [unpaged] 912/20 

Fall 1990 Headcount and Full-Time Equivalent RPEDs 
Enrollment Tables. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/27 

Fall 1990 Undergraduate Enrollment RPEDs Residence by Age 
Tables. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/28 

Historical Summary of Enrollments (Fall 1988-90) and 
Completions (AY1987/88-AY1989/90) RPEDS Data Tables. 1991 
[var. pag.] 913/29 ^, / - . m - 

Task Force on Administrative Organization 

The Massachusetts Public Higher Education System: An 
Independent View. 1991 31 p. 911/13 

Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

Transportation Improvement Program 1991 - 1995 
(Circulation Draft). 1991 156 p. [Copies are available 
from the State Transportation Library, 10 Park Plaza, Boston, 
MA 02116-3968] 912/21 

•••Transportation Improvement Program 1992 - 1996. 1991 
163 p. 914/17 

Transreport, Summer 1991. 1991 7 p. 913/30 

Unified Planning Work Program FY92. 1991 [var. pag.] 
913/31 



Budget Bureau 

Room 272, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Agency Eight Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 
13 p. 913/32 



Bunker Hill Community College 

New Rutherford Avenue, Boston, MA 02129 

1988 - 1989 Catalog, n.d. 185 p. 913/33 

1990 - 1991 Catalog, n.d. 187 p. 913/3^ 



Bureau of Adult Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Four Year Plan for Adult Basic Education July 1989 to 
June 1993. 1989 62 p. 911/14 

Bureau of Early Childhood Programs 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Building Community Support. By Lori Connors et al. 1991 
21 p. 911/15 £ ^2>t ,%', P>'=^^ 

Hand in Hand: Integrating Young Children in Need of 
Substantial Special Education Supports. By Elizabeth 
Billings-Fouhy et al. 1991 31 p. Technical Assistance 
Paper #3 911/16 g q 3 ) .Pi; M IS 

Integrating Young Children with Complex Special Needs 
(Draft). 1990 23 p. Technical Assistance Paper No. 3 
913/35 

Resources for Integrating Young Children with Special 
Needs: A List of Materials for Practitioners and Parents. 
By Sandra Putnam Franklin 1991 11 p. 911/17 

Bureau of Equity and Language Services 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Annual Report FY90: The Status of Transitional Bilingual 
Education Programs. 1991 36 p. 914/18 

The Many Voices of Bilingual Students in Massachusetts. 
By Maria Estela Brisk et al. 1991 53 p. 914/19 



Bureau of Equity and Language Services, continued 

Multicultural Recognition Program: Celebrating a World of 
Diversity and Understanding, A Mosia'c-of: Multicultural ^A./'iu 
Achievement. 1991 ^5 p. .^-^^ 914/B5^^s>x FJ^^Ca "^ ' '^^ -^ 

Bureau of Forest Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Primary Wood Products Industry Directory 
1987:' Sawmills & Timber Harvesters. 1987 [var. pag.] 

Bureau of Health Statistics, Research and Evaluation 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

150th Anniversary Task Force on the Future of 
Massachusetts Vital Registration and Statistics. 1990 
[unpaged] 911/18 )^ 5 30 3kOO • On 3^ 

Advance Data: Births 1989. By Joan L. Gancarski 1991 
^ 5^ p. 912/22 

Cancer Inci4«Trde TOtassachusetts 1982 - 1988. 1991 . //yv, 
[var. pag.] ^9^^^/^.-y^ y^'^O . J^ X : t^\j /^ ^' 

Dying for the Job: Traumatic Occupational Deaths in 
Massachusetts, I988 Update. By Letitia Davis 1991 6 p. 

Hospital Bed and Discharge Data Book FY86. I988 139 p. 
Ql4/^-^y>j 

^-flo'spital Bed and Discharge Data Book FY87. 1989 155 p. 
9U/^ , 

9^ 

Hospital Bed and Discharge Data Book FY88. By Laurie 
Jannelli et al. 1991 145 p. 914/^24 

Bureau of Plant Pest Control 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Directory of Certified Massachusetts Greenhouses and Nurseries 
1990 - 1991. 1990 22 p. 911/20 

Bureau of School Facilities Services 

'1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Listing of Regional School Districts I99I. By Christine 
M. Lynch 1991 28 p. 911/21 



Bureau of School Nutrition Services 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

New Directions in Nutrition and School Food Services, vol. 1, 
no. 3, March 1991. 1991 8 p. 912/23 

New Directions in Nutrition Education and School Food 
Services, Fall 1991. 1991 8 p. 914/26 ,j^\(J_ 

New Directions in Nutrition Education and School Food 
Services, vol. 1, no. 2, December 1990. 1990 8 p. 911/22 

Bureau of Solid Waste Disposal 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Energy Recovery Status Report. By James T. Tramel et al. 
1985 32 p. 914/27 

Regional Recycling Program 

Curbside Collection of Recyclables: A Planning Guide for 
Municipalities. 1985 [var. pag.] 914/28 

Municipal Recycling Ordinances: Questions and Answers for 
Massachusetts Municipalities. 1986 [var. pag.] 914/29 

Public Education, n.d. 12 p. 914/30 

Bureau of Special Education Appeals 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Decisions, Volume 42. 1991 281 p. 913/36 

Bureau of Special Investigations 

One Ashburton Place, Room 501, Boston, MA 02108 

Eight Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 [unpaged] 
912/24 

Bureau of State Office Buildings 

Room 10, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Eight Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 12 p. 
913/37 

State House Tenant Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1, October 
1991. 1991 3 p. 914/31 



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Bureau of State Office Buildings, continued 

State House Tenant Newsletter, vol. 1, Issue 2, November 
1991: Special Edition. 1991 1 p. 91^/32 

State House Tenant Newsletter, vol. 1, Issue 3f November 
1991. 1991 2 p. 914/33 

Bureau of Student Development & Health 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Correspondence Courses Catalogue 1990 - 1991. n.d. 26 p. 
911/23 

Bureau of Teacher Certification 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

List of Approved Programs. I989 5 p. 913/38 

Bureau of Transportation Planning and Development 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Traffic Growth Summary All Districts I988 - 1989. n.d 
911/2^1 

Traffic Data Collection and Analysis Section 

Traffic Volumes 1989. n.d. [var. pag.] [Prepared in 
cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration] 911/25 

Traffic Volumes 1990. n.d. [var. pag.] [Prepared in 
cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration] 913/39 

Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Construction/Excavation Related to Underground Storage 
Tanks at Motor Vehicle Fueling Facilities. 1990 5 p. 
Policy #WSC-132-90 911/26 

Guidance on Differentiating Disposal Sites from Spills. "^ ^^3,4,100 
1990 11 p. Policy #WSC-100-89 911/27 ^ p75 

Interim Measures Policy". 1990 5 p. Policy #WSC-131-90 
911/28 



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Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup, continued 

List of Confirmed Disposal Sites and Locations to be 
Investigated, Part 1. 1991 [var. pag.] [Copies are 
available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/29 

List of Confirmed Disposal Sites and Locations to be 
Investigated, Part 2. 1991 [var. pag.] [Copies are 
available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/30 

Making No Further Action Decisions at Waiver Sites. 1990 
2 p. Policy #WSC-120-90 911/31 

Management Procedures for Excavated Soils Contaminated 
with Virgin Petroleum Oils. 1990 19 p. Policy #WSC-4-89 
911/32 

Minimum Standards for Analytical Data for Remedial 
Response Actions Under M.G.L. c. 21E. 1990 11 p. Policy 
#WSC-300-89 911/33 

New Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup Policy Numbering System 
and New Policies. 1990 3 p. 911/34 

Policy for the Investigation, Assessment and Remediation 
of Petroleum Releases: Interim Site Investigation Protocol 
Document. 1991 65 p. Policy #WSC-401-91 [Copies are 
available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 914/34 , 

Previously Non-Participating and Newly Identified 
Potentially Responsible Parties (PRP)s Who Wish to Assume 
Responsibility for Response Actions. 1990 3 p. Policy 
#WSC-601-90 911/35 



Short Term Measures Policy. 
90 911/36 

Policy Branch 



1990 9 p. Policy #WSC-130- 



1991 



Part Two 
[var. pag.] 



Part One: Standard References for Monitoring Wells, 
[var. pag.] DEP Publication #WSC-310-91 913/40,., 

standard References for Monitoring Wells. 1991 
DEP Publication #WSC-310-91 ^, ^.13/41,., ^ 

Part Three: Standard References for Monitoring Wells. 1991 
[var. pag.] DEP Publication #WSC-310-91 913/42 



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Cape Cod Commission 

3225 Main Street, Barnstable, MA 02630 

Cape Cod Residents' Survey. By Robert Cameron Mitchell et 
al. 1991 [unpaged] 912/25 

Regional Policy Plan (Draft). 1991 19 p. 912/26 



Cape Cod Community College 

West Barnstable, MA 02668 

1991-92 Admissions Bulletin: 30th Anniversary 1961 - 
1991. n.d. 24 p. 913/43 

1991-92 Catalog: 30th Anniversary 1961 - 1991. n.d. 
88 p. 913/44 



Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority 

585 Main Street (Rt. 6A), Old Dennis Court, P.O.Box 2006, 
Dennis MA 02638 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 17 p. 911/37 



Capital Resource Company 

420 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Fourteenth Report Relative to Its Activities for the 
Period Ending December 31, 1990. 1991 20 p. 1991 Senate 
Doc 1423 912/27 



Capitol Police 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

The Capitol, Newsletter of the Massachusetts Capitol 
Police, July 1991. 1991 1 p. 913/45 



Caucus of Women Legislators 

Room 156, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

The Massachusetts Budget Process: Beginning to End. By 
Patricia Stewart Brent 1984 10 p. 914/35 



Centers of Excellence Corporation 

9 Park Street, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02108 

•**An Assessment of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Industry, 
1990 33 p. [Prepared by Peter Feinstein Inc.] 911/38 

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Centers of Excellence Corporation, continued 

••*The Massachusetts Marine Economy. By William Hogan et al. 
1991 38 p. [Prepared by Southeastern Massachusetts 
University] 912/28 

Citizen Information Service 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1611, Boston, MA 02108 

Citizen's Guide to State Services (9/91 corrections). 
1991 20 p. 914/36 

•••Massachusetts Facts: A Review of the History, Government 
and Symbols of the Commonwealth. 1990 34 p. 913/46 

Welcome to Massachusetts: Practical Information about 
Living in Massachusetts. 1989 17 p. [Includes 1991 update] 
913/47 ^S (,':>'. NWv^M /^- H 

Your State Legislators 1991 - 1992. 1991 62 p. 912/29 



Civil Service Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Eight-Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 8 p. 
912/30 



Coastal Zone Management Office 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Coastal Brief, No. 7, June 1991. 1991 12 p. 913/48 



Commission Against Discrimination 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Reports FY87, 88, & 89. 91 15 p. 912/31 
Eight Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 [unpaged] 

Public Hearing on Discrimination Against Minority and 
Women Owned Businesses, September 10, 1990. 1990 154 p. 
[Held at Town Hall (Memorial Hall), Framingham] 911/45 

Public Hearings on Minority and Women Business 
Enterprises: Report, Findings and Recommendations 
(Commonwealth of Massachusetts Richmond v. Croson). 1990 



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Commission Against Discrimination , continued 

Supplement to Public Hearings on Minority and Women 
Business Enterprises: Report, Findings and Recommendations 
(Commonwealth of Massachusetts Richmond v. Croson). 1991 
76 p. 911/40 pf s.;5. P^6/3.pp, 

Volume I: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, August, 22, 1990. 1990 
1-183 p. [Hearing held at Gardner Auditorium, State House, 
Boston, MA] 911/41 

Volume II: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, August, 22, 1990. 1990 
184-380 p. [Hearing held at the Gardner Auditorium, State 
House, Boston, MA] 911/42 

Volume I: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, August 29, 1990. 1990 
1-115 p. [Hearing held at the University of Massachusetts 
Medical School Auditorium, Worcester] 911/43 

Volume II: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, August 29, 1990. 1990 
116-236 p. [Hearing held at the University of Massachusetts 
Medical School Auditorium, Worcester] 911/44 

Volume I: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, September 12, 1990. 
1990 1-150 p. [Hearing held at Roxbury Community College, 
Room 200, Roxbury] 911/46 

Volume II: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, September 12, 1990. 
1990 151-284 p. [Hearing held at Roxbury Community College, 
Room 200, Roxbury] 911/47 

Volume I: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, September 19, 1990. 1990 
1 - 133 p. [Hearing held at Scibelli Hall, Springfield Technical 
Community College] 911/48 

Volume II: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Businesses, September 19, 1990. 1990 
134-268 p. [Hearing held at Scibelli Hall, Springfield 
Technical Community College] 911/49 

Volume II: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, September 26, 1990. 
1990 1-371 p. [Hearing held in the City Council Chambers, 
City Hall, New Bedford] 911/50 



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Commission Against Discrimination, continued 

Volume II: Public Hearing on Discrimination Against 
Minority and Women Owned Businesses, September 26, 1990. 
1990 1-371 p. [Hearing held in the City Council Chambers, 
City Hall, New Bedford] 911/51 

Commission for the Blind 

88 Kingston Street, Boston, MA 02111-2227 

Brochure of Services, n.d. 20 p. 911/52 

Transition Document. 1990 [unpaged] 911/53 

Center for Independent Living 

•••Planning Services for Persons with Severe and Multiple 
Disabilities: An Analysis of the Unmet Social Service Needs 
of Blind-Multihandicapped Persons in Massachusetts. By Chris 
Pilkington et al. 1983 [var. pag.] 914/37 

Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 

600 Washington Street, Suite 600, Boston, MA 02111 

Information Series: Description, General Information and 
Independent Living Programs. 1991 11 p. 912/33 

H 5 -<:>! ,0.: f^A 4c 

Transition Document. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/54 

Commission on Indian Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1004, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1990 and Transition Report. 1990 [var. 
pag.] 911/55 



Commission on Judicial Conduct 

14 Beacon Street, Suite 102, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1989. n.d. 36 p. 914/38 



Commissioner of Veterans* Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Your Local Department of Veterans' Services. 1988 8 p. 



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Committee on Criminal Justice 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2100, Boston, MA 02202 

Client Flow and Information Collection in the 
Massachusetts Juvenile Justice System. 1978 484 p. 
[Prepared by: Contract Research Corporation] 914/39 

Department of Public Health Drug Analysis Laboratories: 
Case Study. By Teresa Mayors 1991 18 p. 914/40 

statistical Analysis Center 

The Analysis of Intervention Impacts and Change in Crime: 
A Task Force Analytical Exemplar. 1990 9 P- ^ 914/41 

G » . 'X : Pi ,-% I ^ 

The Bartley-Fox Gun Sentencing Study, Final Report. By 
William M. Holmes and Melissa A. Ruboy 1991 46 p. 912/35 

G- ■Si . 5. : B'^- f 

Joint State/City Task Force On Drugs And Violence: 
Analysis Of A Multi-Level Task Force. 1991 21 p. 914/42 

Massachusetts Trends in Criminal Justice 1984 - 1989. By 
William Holmes et al. 1991 32 p. 912/36 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement, April 1991. 
1991 6 p. 913/50 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement, July 1990. 

1990 8 p. 913/49 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement, Summer 1991 

1991 5 p. 913/51 

Commonwealth Museum 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Massachusetts and the Bill of Rights: A Teacher's Manual, 
n.d. 42 p. 913/52 ., ^ ^ ^,-. ,,_ 

The Massachusetts Labor Movement: Collective Voices; The 
Textile Strike of 1912, Secondary Social Studies Curriculum 
Guide. By Helen Corbett 1990 62 p. [Copies can be 
obtained from: The Commonwealth Museum, 220 Morrissey 
Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 (617) 727-9268] 911/56 

Community Development Finance Corporation 

10 Post Office Square, Suite 1090, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 16 p. 911/47 
CDFC News, Autumn 1991. 1991 4 p. 914/43 



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Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation 

19 Temple Place, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02111 

CEDAC INSITES, Fall 1989- 1989 11 p. 9U/^^ 
CEDAC INSITES, Fall 1990. 1990 11 p. 911/58 
CEDAC INSITES, Summer 1991. 1991 8 p. 913/53 

Comprehensive Offender Employment Resource System (COERS) 

95 Berkeley Street, Suite 202, Boston, MA 02116 

FY90 Annual Report, n.d. 20 p. 914/46 
Resource Directory. 1991 176 p. 914/47 

73. <::o E 1 • K^i 

Convention Center 

900 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115 

Celebrate at the Hynes: The Most Celebrated Building in 
Boston, n.d. 8 p. 911/59 

<ic B '.'^- C3 3 

Economic Impact Report 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 
[Prepared by Bell Associates, Inc.] 911/60 

The John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center, 
n.d. 17 p. 911/61 ^^f^,,a: J a 

The Way It Works — The John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial 
Convention Center, n.d. [unpaged] 912/37 

C C f^ I A : Vi ^^ 

Corporations Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

1990 Fourth Quarterly Report. 1990 265 p. 911/62 

1991 First Quarterly Report. 1991 397 p. 914/48 

1991 Second Quarterly Report. 1991 339 p. 914/49 

1991 Third Quarterly Report. 1991 318 p. 914/50 

Direct Access: Now You Can Access the Computer Database 
Directly from Your Office. 1991 8 p. 911/63 

Correctional Industries 

P.O.Box 185, Norfolk, MA 02056 

FY87 Business Plan. n.d. 24 p. 914/51 



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Correctional Industries, continued 

FY88 Business Plan. n.d. 24 p. 914/52 

Fy89 Business Plan. n.d. [var. pag.] 914/53 

FY90 Business Plan. n.d. [var. pag.] 914/54 

FY91 Business Plan. n.d. [var. pag.] 914/55 

FY92 Business Plan. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/56 

Council on the Arts and Humanities 

80 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 
Note: This agency is now the Cultural Council. 

•••Folklife and Ethnic Arts. 1987 11 p. 913/54 

Criminal History Systems Board 

1010 Comramonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

Crime Reporting Unit 

Hate Crime in Massachusetts: Preliminary Annual Report 
for January - December 1990. 1991 13 p. 911/64 

Preliminary 1990 Crime Statistics. 1991 11 p. 912/38 

Criminal Justice Training Council 

1155 Central Avenue, Needham, MA 02192 

Transition Briefing Binder. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/65 

Cultural Council 

80 Boylston Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02116 

Note: This agency was previously called the Council on the 
Arts and Humanities. 

Crossroads: A Directory of Collaborative Programs between 
Massachusetts Cultural Organizations and Local Schools, n.d. 
79 p. [All projects have been funded by the Cultural 
Council.] 912/39 ^^ , . ^ • 

Massachusetts Art in Public Places Program: A Comprehensive 
Guide to the Art Collection. By Eileen M. Meny 1991 64 p. 
913/55 ,.^,,..,. , ,v ,, - ;^ 

Massachusetts Art in Public Places Program: A Critical 
Survey. By Beverlee Seronick Barnes , 1991 [var. pag.] 
913/56 rt\C C ), 'Sv^ m^ V /^^ 



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Cultural Council, continued 

Massachusetts Art in Public Places Program: A Critical 
Survey, Companion Reference Guide. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/57 

Massachusetts Art in Public Places Program: A Guide to 
the Art Collection. By Eileen M. Meny 1991 14 p. 913/58 

/v-.c \, . - ■ r,, 3 "/ / ^) 
Public Programs in the Arts, Humanities and Sciences. 
1991 56 p. 911/66 

fi^CC I. a: i^'^% 

Department of Correction 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

1990 Third Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 

1990 9 p. 911/67 

1990 Fourth Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 

1991 9 p. 911/68 

1991 First Quarter Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. 
1991 9 p. 913/59 

Annual Statistical Report of the Furlough Program 1989. By Lisa 
Lorant and Robert Tenaglia 1991 39 p. 912/40 

Court Commitments to Massachusetts County Facilities During 1989- 
By Linda K. Holt and Sara Twyman 1990 56 p. Publication 355 
911/69 

Court Commitments to the Massachusetts Department of Correction 
1989. By Lisa Lorant and Robert Tenaglia 1990 63 p. Publication 
356 911/70 

Critical Transition Issues. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/71 

/ 

Population Movements in the Massachusetts Department of Correction 
1989. By Linda K. Holt 1990 52 p. Publication 352 911/72 

Program Description Booklet. 1984 94 p. 914/57 

Review of Current Research 1978. By Shari Wittenberg 1979 
26 p. Publication 166 911/73 

Review of Current Research. By Linda K. Holt 1991 14 p. 
Publication 358 911/74 

A Statistical Description of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions During I989. By Lisa Lorant and Robert 
Tenaglia, Jr. 1990 194 p. Publication 357 911/75 



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Department of Correction, continued 

Statistical Tables Describing the Background Characteristics 
and Recidivism Rates for Releases from Massachusetts Correctional 
Institutions During I988. By Lisa Lorant and Michael A. White 
1991 87 p. Publication No. 360 913/60 

Transition Documentation. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/76 

Department of Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

•••Guidance on the Application of Maximum Feasible Benefit in 
the Least Restrictive Environment. I989 19 p. Technical 
Assistance Paper 913/61 

Legislative Proposals for 1991. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/77 

RE: Allen v. McDonough (Release of Special Education Funds for 
Boston). 1990 2 p. 914/58 

Youth Risk Behavior Survey 1990: Survey Results with Frequency 
and Summary Tables for Massachusetts, n.d. [unpaged] [In 
conjunction with the Department of Public Health] 912/41 

Budget Office 

List of FY90 Federal Programs by State Expenditure Account 
Numbers, n.d. 17 p. [See also: Department of Education, 
Office of Fiscal Affairs] 911/78 

Commissioner's Office 

AdcHtional Information on School Choice. 1991 5 p. 

913/65 ; 

^ Chelsea Oversight Panel. I989 21 p. 912/42 

I a. ! , %■ CM '^- 
Goals for Public Education in Massachusetts. 1990 6 p. 
911/87 

Letter to the Governor's Special Assistant for Educational 
Affairs regarding Budget Reductions, October 23, 1990. 1990 
4 p. 911/88 

School Choice. 1991 10 p. ^913/65[ 

Early Childhood Interagency Planning Group 

A Plan for Coordinated Interagency Services for Children 
with Special Needs in Massachusetts, Revised. 1978 [var. pag.] 
914/59 



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Department of Education, continued 

Office of Community Education 

Family Involvement in Education: Documentation of a Mini-Summit. 
1991 43 p. 911/79 ^ Q h H ,a ' f 3.1 

Management for the 1990's in Schools and Businesses: 
Documentation of Two Forums for School Superintendents and 
Business Executives who Address Management Issues in their 
Organizations. 1991 24 p. 911/80 

Office of Fiscal Affairs 

List of Federal Programs - Their Assigned State Account 
Numbers, and a Brief Description of Their Purposes, 1978. n.d. 
[unpaged] [See also: Department of Education, Budget Office] 
911/81 

List of FY79 Federal Programs by State Expenditure Account 
Numbers, n.d. 13 p- [See also: Department of Education, 
Budget Office] 911/82 

List of FY80 Federal Programs by State Expenditure Account 
Numbers, n.d. 12 p. [See also: Department of Education, 
Budget Office] 911/83 

List of FY81 Federal Programs by State Expenditure Account 
Numbers, n.d. 11 p. [See also: Department of Education, 
Budget Office] 911/84 

List of FY82 Federal Programs by State Expenditure Account 
Numbers, n.d. 10 p. [See also: Department of Education, 
Budget Office] 911/85 

Office of Planning. Research and Evaluation 

Attendance and Truancy Rates in Massachusetts Schools 1988/89. 
1991 36 p. 912/43 ^^^c, ,a, i^tV^ 

Bulletin, No. 31, January 1991. 1991 2 p. 911/86 

Information about Public Education in Massachusetts. 1991 
[var. pag.] 913/62 ^0^^,S:X^3 

School-Based Management in Massachusetts: Perspectives from 
Twelve Communities. By Susan Alexander and Herbert A. (Tony) 
Wagner, III 1991 35 p. 912/44 ^^ 

p. O ?N ^ . "^ : Sc^-^ 

Suspensions in Massachusetts Public Schools 1988 - 1989. 
1991 [var. pag.] [This is the first time this report has 
been produced.] 912/45 ^ <v i 



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Department of Employment and Training 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts' Cities and Towns 1980-1989 

1990 124 p. 911/89 

Employment and Wages State Summary 1989. n.d. 38 p. 911/90 

Economic Research and Analysis 

Berkshire County SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area 
Job Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 

1991 35 p. 913/65 rf^i^ ^l, ,0./, h\5 ■"> /^ j ^.^r k 

Boston SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area Job Market 
Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 76 p. 

Bristol SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area Job Market 
Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 58 p. 

Franklin/Hampshire SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area 
Job Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 

^° p- 913/68 rr. f;.A,:v. m^■l/•&/ F -H, 

Hampden County SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area Job 
Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 
69 p. 913/69 m f\ a^ ^' n\2.% IS/ U cf.', p4e' 

Lower Merrimack Valley SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area 
Job Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 
5^ P- 913/70 ^^ ^■^- i,.S%jd/ I. TA.,:. 

Metro North SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area Job Market 
Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 74 p. 
913/71 (YUV< ^ iv-,^ -/3/ nv.v, ,-, ^/ 

Metro South/West SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Job Market 
Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 81 p. 
913/72 i^^xj- ^v,,- ■ '5 j 'H\Q^(t, ^/w 

New Bedford, Cape Cod, and the Islands SDA: Massachusetts 
Service Delivery Area Job Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer 
and Catherine Foley 1991 61 p. 913/73 , , 

n\ 'O "' - ' ^ -" ./■'-■/ N. B ./ - -• r'- 
Northern Middlesex SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area 
Job Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 
^6 P . 913/74 .,^ ., ^ X ', ^'-^■■- ^^ir^i N. r^.c ^ « 

Northern Worcester SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area 
Job Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 
47 p. 913/75 n^^^i'^'^^ n^.3t;3/N, Wore. 



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Department of Employment and Training, Economic Research and 
Analysis, continued 

South Coastal SDA : Massachusetts Service Delivery Area Job 
Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 
64 p. 913/76 r i<,9s\r<\3%l3/& C^dS-^. 

Southern Essex SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area Job 
Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 

60 p. 913/77 tf^^ ;:i,^: t<\V%ll/s. €^s^..x 

Southern Worcester SDA: Massachusetts Service Delivery Area 
Job Market Reports. By Elliot A. Winer and Catherine Foley 1991 
70 p. 913/78 ^^^^^-^^ K*/t/b/5, Wore. 

Facilities Management 

Telephone Directory, Revised 11/90. 1990 [unpaged] 911/91 

Field Research Service 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Berkshire Service Delivery 
Area. By Sally Currier 1991 56 p. 912/46 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Boston Service Delivery 
Area. By Edward Kaznocha 1990 111 p. 911/92 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Boston Service Delivery 
Area. By Edward Kaznocha 1991 73 p. 913/79 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Bristol Service Delivery 
Area. By Francis A. Cahill 1990 96 p. 911/93 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Bristol Service Delivery 
Area. By Francis A. Cahill 1991 53 p. 912/47 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Brockton Service Delivery 
Area. By Jack Hearth 1991 55 p. 912/48 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Franklin/Hampshire Service 
Delivery Area. By Jack Hearth 1991 56 p. 912/49 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Hampden County Service 
Delivery Area, Revised Edition. By Jack Hearth 1988 81 p. 
912/50 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Hampden Service Delivery 
Area. By Paul Simpson 1990 100 p. 911/94 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Hampden Service Delivery 
Area. By Paul Simpson 1991 57 p. 912/51 



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Department of Employment and Training, Field Research Service. 
continued 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Lower Merrimack Valley 
Service Delivery Area, Revised Edition. By Bernard J. Burns 1988 
79 p. 912/53 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Lower Merrimack Valley 
Service Delivery Area. By Bernard J. Burns 1991 55 p. 
912/52 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Metro North Service Delivery 
Area. By Dorothy R. Sullivan 1991 59 p. 912/54 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Metro South/West Service 
Delivery Area. By Edward Kaznocha 1991 65 p. 913/80 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the New Bedford, Cape Cod and 
Islands Service Delivery Area. By Gerald Fahey 1991 60 p. 
912/55 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Northern Middlesex Service 
Delivery Area. By Bernard J. Burns 1991 51 p. 912/56 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Northern Worcester Service 
Delivery Area. By Jeffrey C. Smith 1991 50 p. 912/57 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the South Coastal Service 
Delivery Area. By Francis A. Cahill 1990 94 p. 911/95 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the South Coastal Service 
Delivery Area. By Francis A. Cahill 1991 52 p. 912/58 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Southern Essex Service 
Delivery Area. By Gerald Fahey 1991 59 p. 912/59 

Analysis of Employment Trends in the Southern Worcester Service 
Delivery Area. By Jeffrey C. Smith 1991 58 p. 912/60 

Field Service Research 

Employment Trends Boston PMSA I98O to 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 

Employment Trends Brockton PMSA I98O to 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 
913/81 VnftA.'^l*. £^'>7'3 /grock/<i^O --S^O 

Employment Trends Fall River PMSA I98O to 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 

913/82 ,^ , ^,, a, a„. \ 'S (■.\ 73/ y 9- . ! '5-';' '^^ - s 1 c 

Employment Trends Fitchburg-Leominster MSA 19^0 to 1990. 1991 
[unpaged] 913/83 ^(^.^..O^'. £ 'vs 75 / V .V A% - Lt •&'A . ll'iO --i^lO 



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Department of Employment and Training, Field Service Research. 
continued 

Employment Trends in Massachusetts, 1980 to 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 
913/8^ ,(\P.^V\ ^ , -73 : mA<.,5 I-^to ^'^'i'3 

Employment Trends Lawrence-Haverhill PMSA 1980 to 1990. 1991 
[var. pag.] 913/85 „ , r -7^ /; u / = ^ ciqn 

Employment Trends Lowell PSMA 1980 to 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 
913/86 ffU^ S . -■. 73/Lov.. /S1)G -^'\^ 

Employment Trends New Bedford MSA 1980 to 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 
913/87 f^A^Vi'. 'Em-?3yK,_(3,y c|^o -^"i^ 

Employment Trends Pittsfield MSA 1980 to 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 

Employment Trends Salem-Gloucester PMSA 1980 to 1990. 1991 
[var. pag.] 913/88 , , ^ .^.^ 

rv^tf^ 3./^' ^TA?'^/ S- G / ^%^ - "^^^ 
Employment Trends Springfield MSA I98O to 1990. 1991 [unpaged] 

Employment Trends Worcester MSA I98O to 1990. 1991 [var. pag.] 
913/89 ^p, > y E^l^/Ve^c.y ^^^(i . c^^^ 
Marketing and Customer Service Department 

Massachusetts Economic Quarterly, Spring 1991. 1991 8 p. 
913/90 

Massachusetts Economic Quarterly, Summer 1991. 1991 8 p. 
914/63 

Occupational Information Coordinating Committee 

State Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Berkshire 
SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/64 

me ^ A '. 51 '^^ } e>^<rk. 

State Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Boston 
City SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1^91 [unpaged] 914/65 

State Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Bristol 
SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/66 

vr f. ^A'. Cf ,)-H/s..-,-f. 

State Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Brockton 
SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/67 



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Department of Employment and Training, Occupational Information 
Coordinating Committee, continued 

State Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Franklin/ 
Hampshire SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/68 

State Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Hampden 
SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/69 

1T^<^ iA' stXCt / H-o.^f <^> 

State Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institutions - Lower 
Merrimack Valley SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 

State Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Metro 
North SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/71 

state Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Metro 
South/West SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/72 

state Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - New Bedford, 
Cape, Islands SDA (Service Delivery Area),. 1991 [unpaged] 914/73 

U\\\ '^:i . '-^ ■ :. ' -'-^/ tl , •.'■. - ~ •' ( -..yil 

state Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of training 

Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Northern 

Middlesex SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/74 

UTS iPi, X,'X '- €■ ''■ -xT / h , n\ .^-^^ 

state Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 

Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Northern 

Worcester SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/75 

state Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - South 
Coastal SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/76 

state Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Southern 
Essex SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/77 

state Training Inventory 1990 School Year: List of Training 
Institutions, List of Training Programs by Institution - Southern 
Worcester SDA (Service Delivery Area). 1991 [unpaged] 914/78 

Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund 

1983 Annual Report. 1983 7 p. 911/96 

1985 Annual Report. 1985 4 p. 911/97 



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Department of Employment and Training, Unemplovitient Insuranoe 
Trust Fund, continued 

1986 Annual Report. 1986 4 p. 911/98 

1987 Annual Report. 1987 4 p. 911/99 

1988 Annual Report. 1988 4 p. 911/100 

1989 Annual Report. 1989 5 p. 911/101 

1990 Annual Report. 1990 9 p. 911/102 

Department of Environmental Management 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Lake and Pond Management Coursebook: A Comprehensive Short 
Course in Strategies to Preserve and Restore Lakes. 1990 [var. 
pag.] [Prepared by Horsley Witten Hegemann, Inc.] 912/61 

Lake and Pond Management Field Manual: A Comprehensive Short 
Course in Strategies to Preserve and Restore Lakes. 1990 142 p. 
[Prepared by Horsley Witten Hegemann, Inc.] 912/62 

Master Plan: Heritage Greylock Land Disposition and Development 
Agreement Attachment "A", Revised November 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[Includes maps] 911/103 

Bay Circuit Program 

The Bay Circuit Corridor Plan: MAPS. n.d. 2 p. 912/63 

The Massachusetts Bay Circuit Program, n.d. 13 p. 912/64 

Department of Environmental Protection 0/(\lo , X_'(S9 ^ 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 ^^ ,,'^ A ^^ t\^ '^^>^'i^ IM- 

Guidelines for Classifying Production Units as Required by ' ' 
the Massachusetts Toxic Use Reduction Act. n.d. [var. pag.] 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/104 

Toxics Use Reduction Survey Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 
911/105 5'ftA©,^'."^^^ 

Office of Research and Standards 

Guide to the Regulation of Toxic Chemicals in Massachusetts 
Water. By Michael S. Hutcheson et al. 1990 54 p. No. 90-2 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/106 

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Department of Environmental Protection, continued 

Waste Site Cleanup Program (Chapter 21E) 

Waste Site Cleanup Program Improvements and Funding 
Recommendations (Interim Report). 1990 94 p. 911/107 

Department of Food and Agriculture 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Hearing Officer's Report: Protection of Public Drinking Water 
Supplies (333 CMR 12.00 et seq.). 1990 64 p. 911/108 

Massachusetts: Recipes for All Seasons, n.d. 217 p. 911/109 

Massachusetts Christmas Trees: Retail, n.d. 1 p. [Prepared 
by: Massachusetts Christmas Tree Association] 914/79 

\: p) so, 3>. ' a '■ 
Bureau of Markets 

The Green Book, Second Edition: A Directory of Wholesale 
Growers of Massachusetts Grown and Fresher Products. 1991 89 P- 
913/91 

Massachusetts Specialty Gifts and Products. 1991 6 p. 
914/80 ^^ ^0.-c^\ ^^^tT,//-^|c^^ j 

Department of Medical Security 

600 Washington Street, Suite 2000, Boston, MA 02111 

Transition Report. 1990 47 p. 911/110 

Transition Report, Appendix. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/111 

Department of Mental Health 

160 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Transition Report (Draft). 1990 58 p. 911/112 

Transition Report. 1990 67 p. 911/113 

Transition Report, Appendices. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/114 

Department of Mental Retardation 

160 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Transition Briefing Book. 1990 30 p. 911/115 



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Department of Personnel Administration 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1990 and 1991. 1991 28 p. 914/81 

Appointments to Management Positions. 1991 2 p. 911/116 

Change in Veteran Status. 1991 1 p. 9U/82 

Changes to Examination Booklet. 1991 13 p. [See also: 912/67] 
913/92 

Eight Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 
912/66 

The Fine Art of Achievement: Pride of Performance, October 10, 
1991. 1991 20 p. 9U/83 ^ „ ,, 

B V n. ^ '. P '-^ i 

Massachusetts Performance Recognition Program. 1991 1 p. 

Performance Review System, Phase 3: Progress Reviews. 1991 
1 p. 911/118 

Report on Human Resource Development Issues for the 90's. 
1991 4 p. 911/119 

Sequence of Recalls and Appointments. 1991 2 p. 913/93 

The Simplification and Improvement of the Civil Service System 
Project July 1985 - December 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] [Pilot 
Project in accordance with Chapter 666 of the Acts of 1989] 
911/120 ^f \i.».'. S •S'^ 

Specialized Training and Consultant Services: Master Service 
Agreement, January 1, 1991 - December 31 i 1992. n.d 139 p. 
911/122 

Examination , Administration 

Massachusetts Merit System: Information for Open Competitive 
Civil Service Examinations to be Held from January 5, 1991 - June 26, 
1991. 1990 48 p. 911/117 

Massachusetts Merit System: Information for Civil Service 
Examinations from August 10, 1991 - December 13, 1991. 1991 

123 P. 912/67 A^ n.a. ^\S-lS/2>/c|<^//^„,^ 

Massachusetts Merit System: Information for Open Competitive 
Civil Service Examinations Scheduled between January 1, 1992 - 
June 30, 1992. 1991 61 p. 914/84 



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Department of Personnel Administration, continued 

Human Resource Development Group 

Course Catalog September 1991 - June 1992. 1991 52 p. 
913/94 

Human Resource Development Issues for the 90's. 1991 4 p. 

Department of Procurement and General Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

State Library Depository Law. 1991 3 p. Policy Memorandum 
91-09 913/95 e^ S /.2.'. Si- S^"^ 

Transition Manual. 1990 81 p. 912/68 

Department of Public Health 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

AIDS: Adolescent HIV Counseling and Testing Policy. 1990 
8 p. [Supplement to the "Guidelines for Physicians and Health 
Care Providers on HIV Counseling, Testing and Early Treatment"] 

AIDS: Recommended Guidelines, Adolescent HIV Counseling and 
Testing (Draft). 1990 26 p. 911/124 , , 

^^ S30.9^' P. a^^/x/Or^.fl- 
Alphabetical Listing of Massachusetts Laboratories and Clinics. 

1990 42 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
911/125 

Alphabetical Listing of Massachusetts Laboratories and Clinics. 

1991 45 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
913/96 ^^^ 'i^O ,a; C 7 6 

Alphabetical Listing of Massachusetts Laboratories and Clinics, 
September 1991. 1991 44 p. [Copies are available from the 
State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834.] 914/86 

Annual Report: DES Public Education and Diagnostic Services 
Program. 1893 33 p. 911/126 

Cancer Mortality in Woburn: A Three Decade Study (1949-1978). 
By Norman C. Telles 1981 [var. pag.] 911/127 



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Department of Public Health, continued 

Care of the HIV-infected Patient: A Dental Perspective. 
By William A. Husack and Leslie Zide-Selbovitz 1990 22 p. 
911/128 ^53 0, 71,: Cl'^ 

•••Children Are Hungry in Massachusetts: A Statewide Study on 
Childhood Hunger. 1991 80 p. [For more information, write or 
call Project Bread, 11 Beacon Street, Room 400, Boston, MA 02108 

(617) 723-5000] 912/69 . -s • , /. 

H5SO A (M3/3 

Choose the Right Stuff: A Meal Planning Manual for Food Service 

Directors. 1990 17 p. 911/129 ,,r/n 

H6S0.a ■ CH5/3* 

Community Street Outreach Guide. 1991 62 p. 913/97 

Developing AIDS/HIV Services in Massachusetts: Blueprint 
for Action 1990 - 1994. 1990 78 p. 911/130 

|4530,X', 044/^ 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities. 1990 63 p. [Copies 
are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/131 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities. 1991 62 p. [Copies 
are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 912/98 

Elder Health Alert, Vol. 2, Issue 1, March 1990: Women and 
Cancer; We Can Take Control. 1990 2 p. [Jointly published with 
AARP] 913/99 

Elder Health Alert, Vol. 2, Issue 2, August 1990: Drinking 
and Medications; Problems and Solutions. 1990 2 p. [Jointly 
published with AARP] 913/100 

Listing of Massachusetts Hospitals Alphabetically by Facility 
Name and Municipality. 1990 [unpaged] [Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 911/132 

Listing of Massachusetts Hospitals Alphabetically by Facility 
Name and Municipality, October 1991. 1991 18 p. [Copies are 
available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, 
MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 914/87 

Massachusetts WIC Program: Procedure Manual. 1990 [var. pag.] 

Massachusetts WIC Program: State Plan FY91 . 1990 [var. pag.] 
912/71 ^^^^ ^^. !^3^b (See. \ / O^Oi 

Report: Health Maintenance Organizations in Massachusetts. 
1985 103 p. 911/133 



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Department of Public Health, continued 

Telephone Directory March 1991. 1991 [unpaged] 911/13^ 

Transition Report. 1982 :HH p. 911/135 

Transition Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/136 

Cancer Control Office 

Cancer Control Update, vol. 2, no. 1, Winter 1990. 1990 3 p. 
[See also: 911/1391 137 

Division of Management Services 

Evaluation of Phase II: Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) 
Programs. 1981 165 p. 911/138 

Health Promotion Sciences Branch 

Cancer Control Update, vol. 1, no. 1, January/February 1989. 
1990 3 p. [See also: 911/137] 911/139 

Program Evaluation Section 

Evaluation of Early Intervention Programs, Vol. II. n.d. 99 ?■ 
914/88 

Task Force on Infant Mortality 

Unfinished Business: Poverty, Race and Infant Survival in 
Massachusetts, Revised Edition. 1990 34 p. [See also: 904/831 
912/72 

Department of Public Safety 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215-1201 

Transition Report. 1990 45 p. 912/73 

Department of Public Welfare 

180 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Transition Report (Draft). 1990 [var. pag.] 913/101 

Department of Public Welfare 

180 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Medicaid Information as Required by Chapter 150, Section 160, 
the FY91 Budget Act. 1991 9 p. 911/140 , . 



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Department of Public Welfare, continued 

Office of Research. Planning and Evaluation 

Increasing Enrollment in Project Good Health: A Report to 
the Commissioner. 1985 Cvar. pag.] 914/89 

Office of Social Services 

Children in Massachusetts: A Demographic Profile. 1979 21 p. 
[Material from the Title XX Planning Unit] 913/102 

Department of Public Works 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116-3973 

Route 3 Weymouth to Duxbury: Additional Travel Lanes and 
Safety Improvements (Draft Environmental Impact Report). 1989 
292 p. EOEA No. 5121 [In conjunction with the U.S. Department 
of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration] 911/141 

Standard Operating Procedures. 1987 [var. pag.] 913/103 

Transition Report. 1990 [unpaged] 911/142 

Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project 
One South Station, Boston, MA 02110 

Access, vol. 5, no. 1, Winter 1991. 1991 4 p. 911/143 

Access, vol. 5, no. 2, 1991. 1991 4 p. 912/74 

Access, vol. 5, no. 3, Summer 1991. 1991 4 p. 913/104 

Access, vol. 5, no. 4, Fall 1991. 1991 4 p. 914/90 

Appendix Supportive Engineering Report: Final Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] EOEA #4325 

Index Errata: Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report, 
1991 [var. pag.] FHWA-MA-EIS-82-02-FS2 9^2/76 

r c -;: '^ . - ' .; ru'./?. / r ,->- , , V ^r , 
Index Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report. 1990 
69 p. EOEA #4325 912/77 ^ / /^ ^ 

r <: ^fc o .-i ' CS3/S/-X A^ex 
Part I Book 1 of 3, Chapters 1-3: Final Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] EOEA #4325 

Part I Book 2 of 3, Chapters 4-12: Final Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] EOEA #4325 



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Department of Public Works, Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel 
Project, continued 

Part I Book 3 of 3, Chapters 13-20: Final Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag] EOEA #4325 
9 1 2/80 I C - • ^' A ' C?5> 5 j S />M , / g L 3 

Part II Project Changes and Refinements Since 1985 FEIS/R: 
Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 
EOEA #4325 912/81 _ , ,^ / a / 4? 1 A 

Part III Section 4(f) Evaluation: Final Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] EOEA #4325 
912/82 

Part IV Book 1 of 2, Written Comments and Responses: Final 
Supplemental Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 
EOEA M325 912/83 ^ ,,..,, ^ , , ^,^^3 ^^^^ j g, . 

Part IV Book 2 of 2, Written Comments and Reponses: Final 
Supplemental Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 
EOEA #4325 912/84 , ^ ,, ,, . 

Summary and Response to the Secretary's Certificate on the Draft 
Supplemental Environmental Impact Report: Final Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] EOEA #4325 
912/85 .^.^,0.5.'. C^&fBjs^^p\: /S^n,^ 

Summary of Changes to Appendices: Final Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] EOEA #4325 

Summary of Proposed Action and Environmental Impacts, Resolution 
of Comments, Section 4(f) Evaluation, Appendices: Final 
Supplemental Environmental Impact Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 
EOEA #4325 912/87 , n a / - " 

Volume 1 Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/Report: 
Public Hearing Held at Federal Reserve Building Auditorium, Boston, 
June 21, 1990. 1990 1 through 520 p. [Also includes pages of 
written testimony] 911/1^4 

Volume 2 Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/Report: 
Public Hearing Held at Faneuil Hall, Boston, June 22, 1990. 1990 
2-1 through 2-234 p. [Also includes pages of written testimony] 
911/145 

Volume 3 Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/Report: 
Written Testimony Submitted by Participants in Lieu of Oral 
Presentations, June 21 & 22, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/146 



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Department of Public Works, continued 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

Route 20 Corridor Planning Study: Long-Range Element. By Efi 
Pagitsas et al. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/105 

Traffic Engineering 

Top 1,000 High Accident Intersections/All Roadways from -January 1, 
1990 through December 31, 1990. 1991 84 p. [Data is in two sets: 
alphabetically by town and by weighted rank.] 913/106 

-r c ^'^ .'X'. r Q^/ciy/ s«io 

Department of Revenue ^ / ^'^^ t ^ f h o 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02204 

Annual Report Fiscal Years 1988 and I989. 1990 20 p. 
914/91 



Annual Report FY90. 1991 16 p. 



911/147 



Biennial Report of the Commissioner Upon the Final Equalization 
and Apportionment of State and County Taxes and Assessment Ratios 
for Classes of Property in Each City and Town. I989 31 p. 
1989 House Doc 3898 913/107 

Biennial Report of the Commissioner Upon the Final Equalization 
and Apportionment of State and County Taxes and Assessment Ratios 
for Classes of Property in Each City and Town. 1991 29 p. 
1991 House Doc 5238 913/108 

DOR Directive 91-1 . 

DOR Directive 91-2. 

DOR Directive 91-3. 

DOR Directive 91-4. 

Economic Forecasts: 
[var. pag.] 911/148 



1991 


3 p. 


914/92 


1991 


^ p. 


914/93 


1991 


^ p. 


914/94 


1991 


2 p. 


914/95 



Recent Changes, September 1990. 1990 



A Guide to the Department of Revenue: Your Taxpayer Bill of 
Rights (Update), n.d. 36 p. 914/96 . 

M , S-.'. ■■-- 'V! l^ 

Massachusetts Corporations and Foreign Corporations Subject to 
an Excise January 1, 1991 (Fifth Supplement). 1991 77 p. 
[The complete list was last published in I986. Copies are 
available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, 
MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 912/88 



Package X: Massachusetts Tax Forms. 1991 339 p. 



911/149 



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Department of Revenue, continued 

Tax Guide: A Guide to Filing Your Massachusetts Income Tax 
Forms 1990 1991 59 p. 911/150 

Transition Report for FY83 through FY9I. 1990 26 p. 
912/89 

Bureau of Analysis. Estimation & Research 

Massachusetts Economic Indicators, Annual Data Supplement, 
Vol. VI, No. 8, August 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 3rd in the series 
914/97 

Massachusetts Economic Indicators, Vol. V, No. 11, November 1990. 

1990 [var. pag.] Quarterly Research Edition 911/151 

Massachusetts Economic Indicators, Volume VI, No. 5, May 1991. 

1991 [var. pag.] Quarterly Research Edition 913/109 

Division of Local Services 

200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Analyzing a Property Valuation Program, n.d 6 p. 913/110 

Annual Report on the Statistics of County Finances for the Fiscal 
Year Ending June 30, I989. n.d. 15 p. Public Document 29 
911/152 R.a^: P^M lz/<\^o 

Assessment Certification and Field Review Manual, Part II: 
Documentation.. 1991 27 p. 912/90 _. 

Cherry Sheet Program Manual FY92. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/98 

R '^ , a -~ '\ ^ / H- / s ^ a. 

Fiscal Facts: Massachusetts ^tate Totals. 1991 6 p. 
913/111 

FY89 Final Certification/Classification Report, n.d. [unpaged] 
913/112 

FY92 Cherry Sheet: Cities, Towns and Regional School Districts. 
1991 36 p. 913/113 

Guidelines for Classification and Taxation of Property According 
to Use Property Type Classification Codes. 1991 20 p. [Included 
are: Instructions for Property Sales Reports, Non-Arms Length Codes 
and Computer Spreadsheet Specifications] 913/114 

Payment in Lieu of Taxes. 1990 [unpaged] 913/115 

9 ^,^"' 9'-^.^ 
Proposition 2 1/2 Referenda Questions. 1990 17 p. 911/153 



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Department of Revenue, Division of Local Services, continued 

Taxpayers Guide to Real Estate Exemptions in Massachusetts, 
n.d. [var. pag.] [Information on: Blind Persons, Elderly 
Persons (70 years of age or over), Minor Child (of a deceased 
parent). Qualifying Veterans and Surviving Spouse] 913/116 

Transition Report: Summary. 1990 25 p. 911/154 

Office of Communications 

FY92 Cherry Sheet Total Receipts and Charges, Cities and Towns. 
1991 9 p. [This is the preliminary report.] 913/117 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 3f June 1988. 1988 
8 p. 914/99 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 4, September 1988. 

1988 8 p. 914/100 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 1, March 1989. 

1989 8 p. 914/101 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 6, no. 4, December 1990. 

1990 12 p. 911/155 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 1, March 1991- 

1991 8 p. 911/156 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 2, June 1991. 
1991 8 p. 912/91 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 3, September 1991. 
1991 12 p. 914/102 

Department of Social Services 

24 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210 

Adolescent Services: Preparing for the Future. By Erica Stern 
1988 20 p. 913/118 

Annual Report 1990. 1991 18 p. 913/119 

Briefing Report FY89. 1988 [unpaged] 913/120 

Emergency Shelter Programs for Adolescents in Massachusetts: 
A Directory. 1990 [unpaged] [In cooperation with the 
Massachusetts Committee for Children and Youth] 913/121 

\v is / 1> ■ ^ ', £" /v> 2) ^ 

An Evaluation of Programs Funded by the Young Parents Initiative, 
By Virginia G. Cartoof 1985 [uncaged] 913/122 



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Department of Social Services, continued 

Need and Availability of Substance Abuse Services for DSS 
Consumers. By Magueye Seek et al. 1989 [var. pag.] 914/103 

Needs Assessment Resources 1985/1986. n.d. 135 p. 913/123 

,j, < , D ,3 ', N VT / «\^: ^ - ^'-i >• 

Reference Guide for Child Abuse and Neglect Investigations, 
2nd Edition. 1988 [var. pag.] 911/157 

H 5 / D , a ' R a € 

The Respite Services Survey. 1985 34 p. 914/104 

Telephone Directory, Revised 6/14/91. 1991 [unpaged] 912/92 

Telephone Directory, Revised 11/13/91. 1991 [unpaged] 914/105 

Transition Report. 1990 62 p. 911/158 

Office for Professional Services 

The Adolescent Assessment Centers: Results of an Evaluation. 
By Julia Herskowitz 1987 [var. pag.] 914/106 

Annual Report 1987 - 1988. n.d. 12 p. 914/107 

Office of Public Affairs 

Foster Parent Recruitment Handbook: Join the Hometeam. By 
Dan LeBrun et al. 1988 [var. pag.] 914/108 

Research. Evaluation and Planning Unit 

Needs Assessment Resources 1987 - 1988. By Anita Quinlan- 
Rowley 1988 135 p. 914/109 

Young Parent Initiative 

Characteristics of the Population Served by the Young Parents 
Initiative. By Virginia G. Cartoof 1983 38 p. 914/110 

Department of the State Auditor 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Eighth Semi-Annual Report July - December 1990. 1991 83 p. 
912/93 

Semi-Annual Report January - June 1991. 1991 89 p. Issue 9 
914/111 



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Department of the State Auditor, continued 
A-128 

Abington Housing Authority January 1, 1990 To December 31, 
1990. 1990 29 p. No. 91-3010-8 914/112 

Acton Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990. 
1991 35 p. No. 91-3066-8 913/124 

Amesbury Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 30 p. No. 91-3029-8 913/125 

Amherst Housing Authority April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990. 
1991 37 p. No. 90-3012-8 911/159 

Auburn Housing Authority January 1, to December 31, 1990. 1991 
35 p. No. 91-3047-8 914/113 

Avon Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 28 p. 
No. 91-3004-8 911/160 

Barnstable Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 1989- 
1991 41 p. No. 90-3109-8 911/161 

Belchertown Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 28 p. No. 91-3068-8 913/126 

Belmont Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 
34 p. No. 91-3005-8 912/94 

Beverly Housing Authority April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990. 
1991 50 p. No. 91-3045-8 913/127 

Billerica Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 30 p. No. 91-3021-8 912/95 

Braintree Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 
1990. 1991 32 p. No. 91-3084-8 914/114 

Bridgewater Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 
1990. 1991 31 p. No. 91-3009-8 913/128 

Burlington Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 
1990. 1991 32 p. No. 91-3078-8 914/115 

Chelmsford Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 39 p. No. 91-3013-8 912/96 

Chicopee Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 36 p. No. 91-3020-8 912/97 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128. continued 

Concord Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 ^3 p. No. 91-30^11-8 912/98 

Danvers Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 32 p. No. 91-30i|0-8 911/162 

Dartmouth Housing Authority State Programs July 1, I988 to 
June 30, 1990; Federal Programs July 1, I983 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 33 p. No. 91-3048-8 912/99 

Dedham Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 38 p. No. 91-3017-8 911/163 

Dennis Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 34 p. No. 91-3015-8 911/164 

Dracut Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 31 p. No. 91-3090-8 914/116 

Duxbury Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 1990. 
1991 30 p. No. 91-3044-8 911/165 

Duxbury Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1991 28 p.. No. 92-3037-8 914/117 

Easton Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 1990. 
1991 31 p. No. 91-3054-8 912/100 

Everett Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 32 p. No. 91-3064-8 913/129 

Executive Office of Communities and Development, Weymouth 
Housing Authority/Lakeview Manor Management Agreement for the 
fiscal year ended December 31, 1990. 1991 11 p. No. 91-3092-8 
914/118 

Fall River Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 1990, 
1991 41 p. No. 91-3052-8 912/101 

Falmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 33 p. No. 91-3051-8 912/102 

Fitchburg Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 
1990. 1991 37 p. No. 91-3024-8 913/130 

Framingham Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31, 

1989. 1991 37 p. No. 91-3043-8 911/166 

Gardner Housing Authority October 1, I989 to September 30, 

1990. 1991 33 p. No. 91-3001-8 913/131 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128. continued 

Gloucester Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 44 p. No. 9I-3O6I-8 913/132 

Greenfield Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1991 33 p. No. 91-3086-8 914/119 

Halifax Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 3C), 1990. 
1991 30 p. No. 91-3074-8 913/133 

Holyoke Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 

1989. 1991 55 p. No. 9I-3OO6-8 913/134 

Hudson Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 

1990. 1991 34 p. No. 91-3067-8 913/135 

Leominster Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 
1990. 1991 33 p. No. 91-3073-8 914/120 

Lexington Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 40 p. No. 91-3038-8 912/103 

Lynn Housing Authority April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990. 1991 
47 p. No. 91-3027-8 912/104 

Mansfield Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 31 p. No. 91-3069-8 913/136 

Maynard Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990. 
1991 28 p. No. 9I-3O8I-8 914/121 

Medway Housing Authority July 1, I988 to June 30, 1990. 1990 
32 p. No. 91-3036-8 911/167 

Melrose Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990, 
1991 30 p. No.^ 91-3083-8 914/122 

Merrimac Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 25 p. No. 91-3028-8 912/105 

Methuen Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 1990. 
1991 50 p. No. 91-3030-8 914/123 

Natick Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990. 
1991 37 p. No. 91-3075-8 914/124 

New Bedford Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 
1990. 1991 38 p. No. 9I-3O65-8 914/125 

Newton Housing Authority January 1, I989 to December 31, 1989. 
1990 37 p. No. 9O-3O8O-8 911/168 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128. continued 

North Reading Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 

1990 30 p. No. 91-3031-8 911/169 

Northampton Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 

1991 43 p. No. 91-3025-8 912/106 , „ . « on 

Oxford Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 
34 p. No. 91-3003-8 911/170 

Pembroke Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 37 p. No. 91-3093-8 914/126 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission July 1, 1988 to June 30, 

1989. 1991 42 p. No. 90-3103-8 911/171 

Pittsfield Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 45 p. No. 91-3042-8 913/137 

Quincy Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 36 p. No. 91-3039-8 913/138 

Reading Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 34 p. No. 91-3050-8 913/139 

Revere Housing Authority April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990. 
1991 50 p. No. 91-3026-8 911/172 

Rockport Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 38 p. No. 91-3046-8 913/140 

Salem Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 1990. 
1991 41 p. No. 91-3053-8 912/107 

Saugus Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 
36 p. No. 91-3063-8 913/141 

Scituate Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 

1990. 1991 25 p. No. 91-3062-8 912/108 

Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1989vto March 31, 1990. 
1991 83 p. No. 90-3090-8 ^912/109^. , ^.;c.»n or- 

stow Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 
19 p. No. 91-3080-8 913/142 

Taunton Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990, 
1991 38 p. No. 91-3007-8 914/127 

Wakefield Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 37 p. No. 91-3008-8 912/110 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128. continued 

Waltham Housing Authority October 1, I989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 40 p. No. 91-3085-8 914/128 

Wellesley Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 

1990. 1991 30 p. No. 91-3022-8 913/143 

West Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 

1991. 1991 32 p. No. 91-3082-8 914/129 

Westfield Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1991 30 p. No. 91-3023-8 913/144 

Weymouth Housing Authority January 1,1990 to December 31, 
1990. 1991 37 p. No. 91-3014-8 914/130 

Williamstown Housing Authority October 1, I989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 33 p. No. 91-3059-8 912/111 

Winchendon Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 

1990. 1991 36 p. No., 91-3070-8 913/145 

Winchester Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 33 p. No. 91-3019-8 913/146 

Woburn Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 33 p. No. 91-3049-8 913/147 

Yarmouth Housing Authority April 1, I989 to March 31, 1990. 
1990 31 p. No. 91-3039-8 911/173 

CL 

Cambridge Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1 , 
1990 to June 30, 1991. 1991 1 p. No. 92-627-5 914/131 

EDP 

Bristol Community College Data Processing Activities 
June 3, 1991 through July 26, 1991. 1991 11 p. No. 91-0191-4C 
914/132 

Brockton District Court: EDP-Related Controls from March 2, 

1990 to March 7, 1990; September 28, 1990 to October 1, 1990. 

1991 10 p. No. 90-1198-4C 913/148 

Department of Correction - Management Systems: EDP-Related 
Controls from April 22, 1991 to May 15, 1991. 1991 5 p. 
No. 91-0145-4C 913/149 

Division of Marine Fisheries January 9, 1991 to February 12, 

1991. 1991 9 p. No. 91-0282-4F 912/112 



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Department of the State Auditor, EDP. continued 

Fall River District Court Data Processing Activities 
October 23, 1990 through November 15, 1990. 1991 9 P- 
No. 91-1193-4C 912/113 

Quincy Housing Authority: EDP Follow-Up Review. 1991 
8 p. No. 91-3353-4F 913/150 

FG 

Brockton Redevelopment Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 
1991. 1991 21 p. No. 92-30^1-1 914/133 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission Forecasted Schedule of 
Indirect Costs and Indirect Cost Rate for the Fiscal Year Ended 
June 30, 1990 Together with Accountant's Compliance Report. 
1991 4 p. No. 90-3114-2 911/174 

FR 

Acushnet Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-592-2 911/175 

Agawam Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-595-2 914/134 

Agency Compliance with the Official Year-End Closing Instructions 
for Encumbrance and Advance-Fund Management FY90. 1991 27 p. 
No. 90-5001-2 911/176 

Agency Compliance with Year-End Closing Instructions for Cash 
and Revenue Management FY90. 1991 18 p. No. 90-5002-2 
912/114 

Appeals Court for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 3 p. No. 91-1101-2 911/177 

Appellate Tax Board for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-143-2 912/115 

Arlington Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 
to September 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-599-2 912/116 

Ashland Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-601-2 914/135 

Attleboro Redevelopment Authority for the period November 1 , 
1989 to October 31, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-604-2 911/178 

Ballot Law Commission for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-77-2 912/117 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Barre Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-607-2 912/118 

Bedford Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-608-2 -914/136 

Belchertown State School July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 
17 p. No. 91-244-2 914/137 

Berkshire Community College Financial Assistance Programs 
July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1990. 1991 9 p. No. 9I-I9O-2 
912/119 

Berkshire District - District Attorney's Office for the period 
July 1, 1989 to December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1261-2 
913/151 

Boston Metropolitan District for the period January 1, 1990 
to December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-581-2 912/120 

Bristol Community College July 1, I988 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 10 p. No. 91-191-2 912/121 

Bristol County District Attorney's Office as of December 31, 
1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1264-2 914/138 

Brockton Housing Authority for the period January 1, I989 to 
December 31, 1989. 1990 4 p. No. 91-621-2 911/179 

Bureau of State Office Buildings for the period July 1, 1989 
to June 30, 1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-26-2 913/152 

Cape Cod Commission for the period July 1, I988 to June 30, 

1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-1327-2 912/122 

Cape Cod Community College for the period July 1, I989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 4 p. No. 91-193-2 914/139 

Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission for the 
period May 1, I988 to March 31, 1990. 1991 6 p. No. 90-574-2 
911/180 

Charlestown Division District Court Department as of April 10, 

1991. 1991 3 p. No. 91-1132-2 914/140 

Charlton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 92-1279-2 914/141 

Clinton Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-635-2 914/142 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Commission Against Discrimination for the period July 1, 1988 
to June 30, 1989. 1990 7 p. No. 90-45-2 911/181 

Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for the period 
July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1990 4 p. No. 91-302-2 
911/182 

Committee on Criminal Justice July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 10 p. No. 91-19-2 914/143 

Department of Medical Security for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-291-2 914/144 

Division of Insurance for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 8 p. No. 91-101-2 913/153 

Division of Marine Fisheries July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 11 p. No. 91-282-2 914/145 

East Bridgewater Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1989 
to June 30, 1990. 1991 6 p. No. 91-645-2 912/123 

Easthampton Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 
to December 31, 1990. 1991 6 p. No. 91-646-2 914/146 

Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center for the period July 1 , 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 9 p. No. 91-253-2 912/124 

Essex Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-649-2 912/125 

Fairhaven Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-651-2 912/126 

Fall River Line Pier, Inc. for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-504-2 912/127 

Fall River Redevelopment Authority for the period January 1 , 
1989 to December 31, 1989. 1991 2 p. No. 91-653-2 911/183 

Framingham State College's Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1990. 1991 15 p. No. 91-179-2 
913/154 

Franklin Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-660-2 914/147 

Great Harrington Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1989 
to March 31, 1990. 1991 4 p. No. 91-668-2 913/155 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Groton Housing Authority from its inception to June 30, 1991. 
1991 2 p. No. 92-1325-2 914/148 

Hampden Division - Probate and Family Court Department for the 
period July 1, 1989 to December 31, 1990. 1991 -2 p. No. 91-1225-2 
913/156 

Hampshire County Regional Housing Authority for the period 
January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990. 1991 6 p. No. 91-1047-2 
914/149 

Hanover Housing Authority for the period January 1, I99O to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-1288-2 912/128 

Hatfield Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1991 9 p. No. 91-672-2 913/157 

Holliston Housing Authority for the period July 1, I99O to 
June 30, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 92-677-2 914/150 

Holyoke Community College Financial Assistance Programs 
July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1990. 1991 14 p. No. 91-195-2 
912/129 

Hopedale Housing Authority for the period October 1, I989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-680-2 912/130 

Hospital School for the period July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 
1990 6 p. No. 90-301-2 911/184 

Hull Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to March 31, 
1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-683-2 914/151 

Irving A. Glavin Regional Center for the period July 1, I989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-863-2 911/185 

Legislative Research Bureau for the period July 1, I989 to 
October 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-233-2 912/131 

Leicester Housing Authority for the period October 1, I989 
to September 30, 1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-691-2 912/132 

Littleton Housing Authority for the period April 1, I990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-833-2 914/152 

Ludlow Housing Authority for the period October 1, I989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-697-2 911/186 

Lunenburg Housing Authority for the period January 1, I990 
to December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-698-2 914/153 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Lynnfield Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-860-2 914/154 

Manchester Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-703-2 912/133 

Mashpee Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-707-2 912/134 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Bridgewater for 
the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-146-2 
912/135 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Bridgewater 
State Hospital for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 2 p. No. 91-1335-2 912/136 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Cedar Junction 
for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 6 p. 
No. 91-152-2 914/155 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Plymouth for the 
period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-151-2 
912/137 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Southeastern 
Correctional Center for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 3 p. No. 91-990-2 912/138 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Warwick for 
the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 92-153-2 
914/156 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 10 p. No. 91-182-2 912/139 

Massachusetts Mental Health Center for the period July 1 , 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-258-2 914/157 

Massasoit Community College July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 11 p. No. 91-197-2 912/140 

Mattapoisett Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 
to September 30, 1990. 1991 11 p. No. 91-709-2 914/158 

Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee for the period July 1 , 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1105-2 914/159 

Military Division of the Executive Department for the period 
July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1989. 1991 7 p. No. 90-57-2 913/158 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Monson Developmental Center for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-262-2 912/141 

Monson Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-726-2 911/187 

Montachusett Regional Planning Commission during the period 
July 1, 1988 to March 31, 1990. 1990 6 p. No. 90-1299-2 
911/188 

Mount Wachusett Community College Financial Assistance Programs 
July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990. 1991 11 p. No. 91-200-2 
912/142 

Needham Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 7 p. No. 91-731-2 914/160 

New Bedford Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1989 
to June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-733-2 911/189 

Newton Division District Court Department as of September 30, 
1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1143-2 914/161 

Norfolk Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-841-2 912/143 

North Adams Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 
to September 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-738-2 911/190 

North Shore Community College July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 10 p. No. 91-202-2 912/144 

Northampton District Court's Honor Court Program for the three 
fiscal years ended June 30, 1990. 1991 9 p. No. 90-4013-2 
912/145 5fy>.9.: N ^l6</S-o7 -S'^O 

Northbridge Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-745-2 914/162 

Northern Essex Community College July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 10 p. No. 91-201-2 912/146 

Norwell Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-854-2 912/147 

Norwood Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1991 6 p. No. 91-748-2 914/163 

Office of Employee Relations for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-369-2 911/191 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Office of Handicapped Affairs for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1308-2 911/192 

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner July 1, 1988 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 9 p. No. 90-1309-2 912/148 

Office of the Inspector General for the period July 1, 1989 
to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1052-2 912/149 

Old Colony Correctional Center for the period July 1, 1989 
to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-994-2 912/150 

Orange Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-749-2 912/151 

Orleans Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-750-2 912/152 

Paul A. Dever State School for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-264-2 911/193 

Plymouth Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-760-2 913/159 

Rehoboth Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 4 p. No. 91-786-2 912/153 

Roxbury Community College's Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1990. 1991 17 p. 
No. 91-204-2 913/160 

Rutland Heights Hospital for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-303-2 913/161 

Salisbury Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1989. 1990 7 p. No. 90-834-2 911/194 

Saugus Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to June 30, 

1990. 1991 9 p. No. 91-772-2 912/154 

Seekonk Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 

1991. 1991 3 p. No. 92-774-2 914/164 

South Hadley Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 
to December 31, 1990. 1991 6 p. No. 91-782-2 914/165 

Southborough Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 
to September 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-875-2 912/155 

Southbridge Housing Authority for the period July 1, I989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-780-2 913/162 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development 
Commission during the period July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 
1991 3 p. No. 91-1296-2 912/156 

Southwick Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-783-2 911/195 

Sterling Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-787-2 912/157 

Sudbury Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-830-2 913/163 

Suffolk County District Attorney's Office for the period July 1, 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1255-2 913/164 

Supreme Judicial Court for the period July 1, I989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 4 p. No. 91-1100-2 911/196 

Sutton Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1989 to 
March 31, 1990. 1990 7 p. No. 90-791-2 911/197 

Swansea Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-793-2 911/198 

Taunton Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1989 
to June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-795-2 911/199 

Taunton State Hospital for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 6 p. No. 91-266-2 912/158 

Topsfield Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1988 to 
September 30, I989. 1990 13 p. No. 90-859-2 911/200 

University of Lowell Financial Assistance Programs July 1 , 
1988 to June 30, 1990. 1991 12 p. No. 91-206-2 912/159 

Upton Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1990 to 
December 31, 1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-797-2 914/166 

Wareham Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1991 3 p. No. 92-803-2 914/167 

West Roxbury District Court Clerk-Magistrate's Office as of 
December 31, 1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-1138-2 914/168 

Westborough Housing Authority for the period October 1, I989 
to September 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-809-2 913/165 

Westborough State Hospital for the period July 1, I989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 5 p. No. 91-268-2 913/166 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Western Massachusetts Hospital for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-305-2 912/160 

Westford Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 92-812-2 914/169 

Weymouth Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1990 
to June 30, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-816-2 914/170 

Wilbraham Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 9 p. No. 91-818-2 914/171 

Wilmington Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1988 
to September 30, 1989. 1990 5 p. No. 90-819-2 911/201 

Worcester County (Middle District) District Attorney's Office 
for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. 
No. 91-1262-2 911/202 

Worcester Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 92-825-2 914/172 

Worcester State College's Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 13 p. 
No. 91-186-2 913/167 

Worcester State Hospital for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-269-2 912/161 

Wrentham State School for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-270-2 914/173 

FS 

Berkshire County Regional Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 31 p. No. 91-590-1 913/168 

Blackstone Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 12 p. No. 91-615-1 912/162 

Brimfield Housing Authority January 1, 1989 to December 31 » 
1989. 1990 18 p. No. 90-858-1 911/203 

Carver Housing Authority April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990. 
1991 23 p. No. 91-1285-1 913/169 

Dalton Housing Authority October 1, 1988 to September 30, 
1989. 1990 14 p. No. 90-638-1 911/204 

Department of the Attorney General July 1, 1988 to June 30, 
1989. 1990 23 p. No. 90-72-1 911/205 



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Department of the State Auditor, FS. continued 

Department of the State Secretary July 1, I988 to June 30, 
1989. 1990 29 p. No. 90-76-1 911/206 

Department of the State Treasurer July 1, I988 to June 30, 

1989. 1991 26 p. No. 90-85-1 911/207 

Essex County (Eastern District) District Attorney's Office 
July 1, 1988 to June 30, I989. 1991 19 p. No. 90-1257-1 
914/174 

Lancaster Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 

1990 10 p. No. 91-687-1 911/208 

Lee Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 
25 p. No. 91-690-1 914/175 

Massachusetts Correctional Industries July 1, 1989 to June 30, 

1990. 1991 15 p. No. 91-1002-1 913/170 

Mendon Housing Authority July 1, I989 to June 30, 1990. 

1991 18 p. No. 91-716-1 913/171 

Palmer Redevelopment Authority April 1, 1988 to March 31 i 1990. 
1991 13 p. No. 90-753-1 911/209 

Shelburne Housing Authority October 1, 1989 to September 30, 
1990. 1991 19 p. No. 91-879-1 913/172 

University of Massachusetts Medical School July 1, I988 to 
June 30, 1989. 1991 9 p. No. 90-216-7 912/163 

Wilbraham Housing Authority April 1, I987 to March 31, 1989. 
1991 35 p. No. 90-8I8-I 904/210 

FU 

Architectural Access Board for the period July 1, 1989 to 
December 1, 1990. 1991 23 p. No. 91-4010-7 913/173 

Department of Environmental Protection July 1, I986 to 
June 30, I989. 1991 15 p. No. 90-456-7 914/176 

IPA 

Bay State Skills Corporation for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 8 p. No. 91-1271-6 913/174 

Boston Redevelopment Authority for the period October 1, I988 
to September 30, I989. 1991 2 p. No. 91-617-6 913/175 



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Department of the State Auditor, IPA. continued 

Community Development Finance Corporation for the period 
July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1002-6 
912/164 

Industrial Services Program for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1326-6 914/177 

Massachusetts Product Development Corporation (MPDC) for the 
period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1990 2 p. No. 91-1319-6 
911/211 

Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation (MTDC) for 
the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-136-6 
911/212 

Montachusett Regional Transit Authority for the period July 1 , 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-1038-6 913/176 

Southeastern Regional Transit Authority for the period July 1, 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-879-6 911/213 

Worcester Regional Transit Authority for the period July 1 , 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-880-6 913/177 



Center for Human Development, Inc.'s FY90 State Contracts. 
1991 4 p. No. 91-4153-3 914/178 

Civil Motor Vehicle Infractions: Processing and Collection. 
1991 16 p. No. 90-5010-3 913/178 

Committee for Public Counsel Services July 1, 1987 to June 30, 
1990. 1991 44 p. No. 90-4008-3 913/179 

Controls Over Patient Funds at Various Health Care Facilities 
and Hospitals of the Commonwealth. 1990 27 p. No. 89-5003-3 
911/214 

Deferred Compensation Plan January 1, 1977 through December 31 i 
1989. 1991 44 p. No. 90-1032-3 912/165 

Department of Correction (Goldberg Medical Associates, Inc.) 
for fiscal years 1988 and 1989. 1991 3 p. No. 91-4014-3 
911/215 

Department of Public Welfare/Closing of the Wakefield Office. 
1991 5 p. No. 91-4015-3 913/180 



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Department of the State Auditor, Pj. continued 

Massachusetts Commission for the Blind's Ferguson Industries 
Program July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 U p. No. 91-51-3 
914/179 

Metropolitan District Commission's Contract Administration 
Process July 1, 1987 to December 31, 1989. 1990 30 p. 
No. 90-4010-3 911/216 

New Bedford Child and Family Services for the period July 1 , 

1989 to December 31, 1990. 1991 2 p. No. 91-4260-3 914/180 

Transportation Building Management Fund for the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1990. 1991 17 p. No. 90-4009-3 914/181 

SP 

Boston City Clerk's Office January 1, 1985 to December 31, 

1989. 1991 18 p. No. 90-6016-9 911/217 

Department of Industrial Accidents Payments from the Workers' 
Compensation Trust during the period April 1, 1986 to June 20, 

1990. 1990 3 p. No. 91-6003-9 912/166 

Determination of Whether Net State Tax Revenues Exceeded 
Allowable State Tax Revenues for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 

1991. 1991 17 p. No. 92-5555-9 914/182 

Division of Capital Planning and Operations/Ruggles Center 
Joint Venture/Parcel 18. 1991 9 p. No. 92-6003-9 914/183 

Executive Office of Economic Affairs and Office of Travel and 
Tourism (Interim Report) July 1, 1986 to August 31, 1990. 1991 
26 p. No. 90-6017-9 911/218 

Massasoit Community College Limited-Scope Review of 1990. 

1990 2 p. No. 91-6007-09 911/219 

North Shore Community College - Chapter 647 Review. 1991 
3 p. No. 91-2002-9 912/167 

Schooner Ernestina Commission August 1, 1983 to June 30, 1990. 

1991 13 p. No. 91-6005-9 912/168 

Town of Nahant July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990. 1991 15 p. 
No. 91-6006-9 914/184 

University of Massachusetts/Amherst - Chapter 647 Review 
during the period December 1, 1987 to June 30, 1990. 1991 8 p. 
No. 91-213-9 912/169 , ^ -^ c-y 



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Department of the State Auditor, SP. continued 

University of Massachusetts/Boston January 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1989. 1991 19 p. No. 90-6005-9 911/220 

Walter E. Fernald State School - Templeton Farm Colony for 
the period July 1, 1990 to May 16, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 91-6018-9 
913/181 

Worcester County Jail and House of Correction January 1, 1981 
to December 31, 1987. 1991 8 p. No. 89-6006-9 911/221 

Worcester State College Chapter 6^7 Review (Alumni House) on 
September 21, 1990. 1991 3 p. No. 91-2004-9 914/185 

Division of Local Mandates 

100 Nashua Street, Room 1010, Boston, MA 02114 

DLM Report, June 1991. 1991 4 p. 913/182 

RE: Proposed $31 Million Assessment for Teachers Pensions. 
By A. Joseph DeNucci 1991 7 p. 912/170 

.£, B (■■*/> ? ^^ 

Report on Special Education, Chapter 766 of the Acts of 1972. 
1991 147 p. 912/171 ^ ^ / . :^ •. S t SO ;jSp33>. 

A Review of Mandatory Participation by Public Employers in the 
Workers' Compensation Trust Fund Pursuant to General Law Chapter 
152, Section 65. 1991 15 p. 914/186 

Department of the State Treasurer 

Room 227, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

$55,100,000 Dedicated Income Tax Bonds Fiscal Recovery Loan, 
Act of 1990, Series E, Dated: Date of Delivery. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[UPDATES/Unit Priced Demand Adjustable Tax-Exempt Securities] 
911/222 

$120,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Notes 1991, Series A, New Issue, Dated: June 14, 1991. 1991 
Cvar. pag.] 913/183 

$350,000,000* Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1991, New Issue, Series D, Dated: 
December 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary , subject to 
change.] 914/187 

$475,000,000* Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1991, Series A and Series B, Dated: 
May 15, 1991. 1991 Lvar. pag.] [*Preliminary , subject to change] 
912/172 



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Department of the State Treasurer, continued 

$523,705,000* Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Refunding Bonds of 1991, Series A and Series B, New Issue, Dated: 
September 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary , subject to 
change] 913/18^ 

$529,057,000* Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1990, Series C Dated: December 1, 1990, 

1990 [var. pag.] [* Actual Issue Size: $529,057,456.65 
See also: 904/181] 911/223 

Assessments for Interest, Serial Bonds and Maintenance of the 
Metropolitan Districts 1979. 1980 24 p. Public Document 92 
911/224 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts $55,100,000 Dedicated Income Tax 
Bonds Fiscal Recovery Loan, Act of 1990, Series E, Dated: 
December 19, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 912/173 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts $1,200,000,000 Tax Exempt 
Commercial Paper Notes, Series 6, Dated: August 3, 1990. 

1991 [var. pag.] 911/225 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Deferred Compensation Plan: 
Deferred Compensation Guide, n.d. 14 p. 912/175 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Deferred Compensation Plan: 
Retirement Planning Guide, n.d. 12 p. 912/174 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation Bonds 
Consolidated Loan of 1990, Series C, Dated: December 1, 1990. 
1990 [var. pag.] 912/176 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation Bonds 
Consolidated Loan of 1991, Series A and Series B, New Issue, 
Dated: May 15, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 912/177 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation Bonds, 1991, 
Series A, New Issue, Dated: June 14, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
912/178 

Fiscal Update: A Quarterly Report from Treasurer Joe Malone, 
vol. 1, no. 1, Summer 1991. 1991 5 p. 913/185 

A Report Concerning the Massachusetts Convention Center 
Authority. 1991 62 p. [Includes Executive Summary] 913/186 

Volume 1 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Dedicated Income Tax 
Bonds, Fiscal Recovery Loan, Act of 1990, Series A, B, C and D, 
Dated: October 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 912/179 



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Department of the State Treasurer, continued 

Volume II Commonwealth of Massachusetts Dedicated Income Tax 
Bonds, Fiscal Recovery Loan, Act of 1990, Series A, B, C and D, 
Dated: October 10, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 912/180 

Abandoned Property Division 

Most Frequently Asked Questions about the Abandoned Tangible 
Property Program, n.d. 2 p. 914/188 

Department of Youth Services 

27_H3 Wormwood Street, Boston, MA 02210 

Analysis of Commitments 1984. 1985 [unpaged] 913/187 

Annual Report 1989-1990. n.d. [unpaged] 913/188 

Massachusetts: The State and the Family. 1978 [var. pag.] 
[Conference on families held April 20, 1978.] 914/190 

The Practice of Rehabilitation in Massachusetts: Secure 
Treatment of Serious Juvenile Offenders. By Susan Guarino Ghezzi 
and Lee Kimball 1986 [var. pag.] 914/191 

Report of the Planning Committee to the Commissioner. 1987 
24 p. 913/189 

Transition Report, n.d. [var. pag.] 911/226 

Bureau of Planning. Research and Systems 

Analysis of Commitment 1990. By Carolyn L. Waters 1991 
32 p. 913/190 

Analysis of Pretrial Detention Admissions 1990. 1991 38 p. 
914/192 

Task Force on Secure Facilities 

Preliminary Report. 1976 [var. pag.] 914/193 

Designer Selection Board 

One Ashburton Place, Room 416, Boston, MA 02108 

Guidelines for Cities and Towns (Includes 1990 Statutory 
Revisions). 1991 19 p. 912/181 

Twenty-First Annual Report January 1, 1987 through December 31, 
1987. n.d. 110 p. 911/227 



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Designer Selection Board, continued 

Twenty-Second Annual Report January 1, I988 through December 31, 
1988. 1991 123 p. 914/194 

Developmental Disabilities Council 

600 Washington Street, Room 670, Boston, MA 02111 

Development of an Audiovisual Presentation(s ) to Communicate 
the Message - A Challenge for the 90's: Creating Open Communities, 
Request for Proposal (RFP). 1991 23 p. #90-1(5) (B) 912/182 

DC \,^: hS /»-.., 

Major Issues and Trends 1990. By Randee Chafkin I989 7 p. 
914/195 

Project in Self-Advocacy (P.I.S.A.) for Ethnic and Linguistic 
Minorities with Developmental Disabilities: Request for Proposal. 

1991 27 p. RFP #91-3(5) (A) 912/183 

Project to Increase the Utilization of the Social Security 
Administration's (SSA's) Plan to Achieve Self Support (PASS) 
Program by Consumers with Developmental Disabilities. 1991 26 p. 
RFP #91-5(5) (B) 912/184 ^ . , . 

Oc l.'X\ p ^ '^Z '^.. 

Project to Provide Education and Training to Massachusetts 
Developmental Disabilities Council Members, Consumers, Family 
Members and Advocates in Legislative Advocacy: Request for Proposal 
(RFP). 1991 [var. pag.] #91-7(5) (H) 912/185 

Putting the Pieces Together: Creating Community Supports for 
Individuals and Families, State Plan for Federal Fiscal Years 

1992 - 1994. 1991 204 p. 914/196 

Small Grants Request for Proposal (RFP). I99I [var. pag.] 
Grant #91-8(5) (B) 912/186 

Standard Request for Proposal (RFP) Instruction and Forms. 
1991 [var. pag.] 912/187 ^ j. rs (A 

Support Groups and Networks for Parents and Siblings of 
Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Massachusetts 
Directory, Revised I987. By Alyse Bass 1987 30 p. 914/197 

Transition Report. 1990 32 p. 912/188 

HIV/AIDS and Disability Network 

Taking a Stand Together: Issues and Recommendations for 
Action on Behalf of People with HIV and Other Disabilities. 1990 
17 p. 911/228 



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Developmental Disabilities Council, continued 

Respite Care Policy Development Project 

Summary of the Final Report. By Carole Upshur et al. n.d. 
64 p. 914/198 

Disabled Persons Protection Commission 

2 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. [var. pag.] 912/189 
Transition Report, n.d. 40 p. 911/229 

District Court Department 

Holyoke Square, Holyoke Building, Salem, MA 01970 

Mediation Program 

Community Mediation at the Crossroads: A Report on the Status 
of Community Mediation at the Close of 1990. n.d. 7 p. 
911/230 33.5,: C 73/^ 

Mediation in Massachusetts: An Opportunity for Increasing 
Efficiency and Effectiveness in Dispute Resolution. By Julie K. 
Hilton 1991 22 p. 912/190 

A Sampler: Careers in Mediation, n.d. [var. pag.] 912/191 

Division of Administrative Law Appeals 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Capital Construction Cases: Status Report 1990. 1991 
[var. pag.] [See also: 891/193-197 and 911/252] 911/231 

Transition Report. 1990 12 p. 912/192 

Division of Air Quality Control 

One Winter Street, 8th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Cut Gas Vapors Off at the Pump. n.d. 1 p. 912/193 

Division of Alcoholism 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

State Plan for the Prevention, Treatment and Control of 
Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol: Annual Review, Update and 
Progress Report. 1979 153 p. 911/232 



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Division of Alcoholism, continued 

State Plan for the Prevention, Treatment and Control of 
Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: Annual Review, Update and 
Progress Report. 1980 [var. pag.] 911/233 

Division of Banks and Loan Agencies 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to 
Cooperative Banks for the Year Ending December 31, 1990. 1991 
[var. pag.] [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
913/191 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Credit 
Unions for the Year Ending December 31, 1990. 1991 108 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 913/192 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Savings 
Banks for the Year Ending December 31, 1990. 1991 [var. pag.] 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 913/193 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Trust 
Companies and Certain Other Financial Institutions for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1990. 1991 125 p. [Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 912/194 

Annual Report Regarding the Community Reinvestment Act for Year 
Ending December 31, 1990. 1991 43 p. [Copies are available from 
the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834.] 912/195 

List of Legal Investments Pursuant to General Laws, Chapter 167, 
Section 15A. 1991 23 p. [Copies are available from the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727- 
2834.] 913/194 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report as of September 30, 1990. 

1990 30 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
911/234 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report as of December 31, 1990. 

1991 24 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
912/196 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report as of March 31 i 1991. 
1991 19 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133] 912/197 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report as of June 1991. 1991 
19 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 913/195 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report as of September 30, 
1991. 1991 26 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
914/199 

Report on the Availability of Home Mortgages within the 
Commonwealth as Required under the Provisions of General Laws, 
Chapter 167, Section 17. n.d. [unpaged] [Reporting period - 
twelve months ending 12/31/90] 912/198 

Division of Capital Planning and Operations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Capital Spending: Five-Year $8.8B Plan, August 6, 1991 
(Revised). 1991 5 p. 913/196^^^ ^ _ ,^ 

H r 3.A . dk '. *^ t / 

Greylock Glen Land Disposition Agreement (Draft). 1990 86 p. 
911/235 

Letter regarding MASS MoCA (Museum of Contemporary Art). 
By John I. Carlson, Jr. 1990 9 p. 911/236 

ft F a^ .X: 1^5% 

Transition Report. 1990 20 p. 913/197 

Massachusetts Real Estate Asset Management System (MAssets) 

MAssets. 1990 [unpaged] 911/237 

Real Property Report 1990. 1990 273 p. 911/238 

Real Property Report 1990: Municipal Extract. 1990 103 p. 
911/239 

Division of Chronic Disease Prevention 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 2, Spring 1991. 1991 2 p. 912/201 

Spotlight on Massachusetts: Information for Primary Care 
Physicians, Cervical Cancer and Pap Smear, n.d. 2 p. 911/243 



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Division of Chronic Disease Prevention, continued 

Cancer Control Program 

For Your Heart: Cholesterol Resource Memo, Spring 1990. 1990 
2 p. 911/240 

For Your Heart: Cholesterol Resource Memo, Summer 1990. 1990 
2 p. 911/241 

For Your Heart: Resource Memo, Fall 1990. 1990 2 p. 
912/199 

For Your Heart: Resource Memo, Winter 1991. 1991 6 p. 
911/242 

The Massachusetts Cholesterol Challenge: For Your Heart Program 
1989 - 1990, A Report. 1991 5 p. 912/200 

fl S 3 O . 7 o a, •. lis '^ -6 

Division of Conservation Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

The Open Space Planner's Workbook: Companion to the 1990 
Open Space and Recreation Plan Requirements. By Jennifer Jillson 
et al. 1991 56 p. 913/198 

Division of Educational Personnel 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation 

Summary and Interpretations of 1990 Census Data: Teachers 
Count! 1990, Massachusetts Educational Personnel Census. By 
Allan S. Hartman and Sharman R. Price 1991 [var. pag.] 
912/202 e n '^^P -^ - C C^ 

Division of Energy Resources 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

The Potential Impact of Environmental Externalities on New 
Resource Selection and Electric Rates. By John Manning et al. 
1991 39 p. 911/244 ^^ ,.^.: p^M 

Transition Report. 1990 14 p. 912/203 



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Division of Environmental Health Assessment 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Baird and McGuire Health Assessment Information Booklet for 
Norfolk County, Holbrook, MA (Draft), n.d. [unpaged] 
911/245 H5 3 0. 'SO'O ; EK 

Baird and McGuire Superfund Site: A Fact Sheet for Physicians, 
n.d. 2 p. 911/246 

Follow-Up Report on the Occurrence of Bladder and Kidney 
Cancer in Ashland, MA. 1990 44 p. 912/204 

ii S3'Q,€O0: V 7^ 

Division of Family Health Services 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Handbook. 1984 44 p. 911/247 

New Directions: Serving Children with Special Health Care Needs 
in Massachusetts. By Susan Gilbert Epstein et al. 1985 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by: Project Serve] 913/199 

New Directions: Serving Children with Special Health Care 
Needs in Massachusetts, Executive Summary. 1985 [Prepared by: 
Project Serve] 913/200 

State Plan I98O: Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, 
Infants and Children (WIC Program), n.d. [var. pag.] 
911/248 

Statistics and Evaluation Unit 

Catching Up! Annual Report for Failure to Thrive Program 
in Massachusetts 1985. By Lauren Koumjian and Roger Marks I986 
[var. pag.] 914/200 

The Five Year Report of the Maternal and Infant Care Programs 
in Massachusetts 1980-1984. I986 36 p. 911/249 

Division of Fire Prevention 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

Massachusetts Fire Incident Reporting System 1990 Annual 
Report. 1991 45 p. 914/201 

Motor Vehicle Fires in Massachusetts 1990. 1991 31 p. 
914/202 



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Division of Fire Prevention, continued 
Suffolk County Arson Prevention Program 

Suffolk County Fire Data Analysis 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 

Division of Fisheries & Wildlife 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Acid Rain: Isn't it Time We Cleared the Air? n.d. 1 p. 
913/202 

Manual for the Issuance of Sporting, Hunting, Fishing & 
Trapping Licenses for 1990. 1989 27 p. 911/250 

Manual for the Issuance of Sporting, Hunting, Fishing & 
Trapping Licenses for 1991. 1990 28 p. 911/251 

Field Headquarters 

One Rabbit Hill Road, Westboro, MA 01581 

Active Federal Aid Projects, Studies (Work Plans), Jobs and 
Items under the Federal Aid Program as of July 1, 1991. 1991 
12 p. 913/203 

NEWS, August 5, 1991. 1991 9 p. 913/204 

Division of Food and Drugs 

305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Food and Drug Reporter, Vol. 8, Issue 90-2, Fall 1990. 1990 

33 p. 913/205 

Food and Drug Reporter, Vol. 9, Issue 91-1, Spring 1991. 1991 
25 p. 913/206 

Food and Drug Reporter, vol. 9, Issue 91-2, Fall 1991. 1991 

34 p. 914/203 

Division of Forests and Parks 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Access to the Outdoors: Wheelchair-Accessible Facilities in 
Massachusetts State Forests and Parks, Revised Edition. 1990 
1 p. 912/205 £. p^ i^^'X ■ 'A C ^% 

Annual Report FY90. n.d. 150 p. 914/204 



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Division of Forests and Parks, continued 

Camping in Massachusetts State Forests and Parks, Revised 
Edition. 1991 1 p. 912/206 

Massachusetts Forest and Parks: Map. 1990 1 p. 912/207 

Division of Hazardous Haste 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Coal Ash Landfill Cover and Disposal Policy. 1983 5 p. 
Policy #SWM-3 914/205 

Division of Hearing Officers 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Capital Construction Cases: Status Report 1982 and 1983. 
1984 10 p. [See also: Division of Administrative Law Appeals 
891/193-197 and 911/231] 911/252 

Division of Insurance 

280 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02114 

1989 Buying Your Massachusetts Automobile Insurance, n.d. 
21 p. 911/253 

1991 Smart Choices: Saving Money on Your Massachusetts Auto 

Insurance, n.d. 12 p. [Previously called Buying Your 

Massachusetts Automobile Insurance — see also 903/225-232.] 
911/254 C AMi.'a.; ^ "^ S-g 

Findings, Conclusion and Order Concerning the Filing of Blue 
Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. of Proposed MEDEX 
Rates and Certificates to be Effective On and After January 1 , 
1991. 1991 172 p. DOI G90-34 912/208^ 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1988 Automobile Insurance 
Rates. 1987 237 p. 911/255 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1991 Automobile Insurance 
Rates. 1990 151 p. Docket Nos. G90-14, G90-17 911/256 

Division of Marine Fisheries 

too Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Coastal Commercial Lobster Trap Sampling 
Program May - November 1990. By Bruce T. Estrella and Steven X. 
Cadrin 1991 52 p. 914/206 



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Division of Marine Fisheries, continued 

NEWS, Spring 1991. 1991 8 p. 912/209 

NEWS, Fall 1991. 1991 8 p. 914/207 

Cat Cove Marine Laboratory 

92 Fort Avenue, Salem, MA 01970 

Massachusetts Lobster Fishery Statistics 1990. By Thomas B. 
Hoopes 1991 22 p. 914/208 

Division of Occupational Hygiene 

tool Watertown Street, West Newton, MA 02165 

Lead in Industry: A Guide for Employers. 1991 8 p. 
Lead on the Job: A Guide for Employees. 1991 9 p. 

Division of Public Employee Retirement Administration 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1101, Boston, MA 02108 

Actuarial Valuation Report as of January 1, 1990 for the 
Commonwealth's Total Pension Obligation. 1991 37 p. 911/257 

P.E.R.A. Bulletin, Spring 1990. 1990 8 p. 913/208 

P.E.R.A. Bulletin, Fall 1990. 1990 10 p. 913/209 

P.E.R.A. Bulletin, Spring 1991. 1991 8 p. 913/210 

Sixth Annual Investment Report for the Year Ending December 31 > 
1990: Massachusetts Contributory Retirement Systems for Public 
Employees. 1991 69 p. 913/211 

Transition Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 912/211 

Division of Purchased Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1103, Boston, MA 02202 

Section 44 Special Education Program Compliance Review 
"X-Cycle Schools". 1990 153 p. 911/258 

Division of Registration 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report Fy90. 1990 35 p. 911/259 



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Division of Registration, continued 

Transition Memo. 1990 4 p. 912/212 

Division of School Programs 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Bureau of Student Development and Health 

Structuring Schools for Student Success: A Focus on Discipline 
and Attendance. By Dan French et al. 1991 44 p. [Copies are 
available from the Bureau at the above address.] 912/213 

Structuring Schools for Success. . .Systemic School Change: 
A Comprehensive Approach to Raising Achievement and Keeping 
Students in School; School or District Assessment Instrument. 
By Dan French and Leslie Hergert 1990 [unpaged] 912/214 

Education of Linguistic Minority Students (ELMS Bureau) 

Annual Report FY89: The Condition of Transitional Bilingual 
Education Programs. 1990 18 p. 912/215 

Division of Solid Waste Management 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Active Demolition Landfills in Massachusetts. 1991 3 p. 
914/209 

Active Landfills in Massachusetts with Liners. 1991 7 p. 
914/210 

Active Stump Landfills in Massachusetts. 1991 2 p. 
914/211 

Active Transfer Stations in Massachusetts. 1991 16 p. 
914/212 

Alternative Uses of Asphalt, Brick and Concrete Rubble: 
Interim Report. I989 7 p. Policy #SWM-11-6/89 914/213 

Ash Management and Disposal Policy: Issued 5/13/87; 
Revised 8/3/88. 1988 11 p. Policy #SWM-7-7/88 914/214 

Ash Sampling and Analysis Guidance. 1988 9 p. Policy 
#SWM-9-7/88 914/215 

Cities and Towns with Mandatory Recycling Ordinances. 1991 
19 p. 914/216 



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Division of Solid Waste Management, continued 

Community Contacts for Municipal Recycling Programs in 
Massachusetts 1991. 1991 [unpaged] p. 914/217 

Composting Programs in Massachusetts Cities and Towns. 1991 
23 p. 914/218 

Curbside Programs in Massachusetts Cities and Towns. 1991 
8 p. 914/219 

Drop Off Centers in Massachusetts Cities and Towns. 1991 36 p. 
914/220 

Existing Solid Waste Management Facility Permitting Guidance. 
1991 14 p. 914/221 

Financial Assurance Requirements Guidance Document for Use 
with 310 CMR 19-051. 1991 8 p. 914/222 

General Information on Proposed and Operating Solid Waste 
Combustion Facilities in Massachusetts. 1990 29 p. 914/223 

Guidance on Compliance with 310 CMR 19.038 (2) (d): Twenty-five 
Percent Recycling Requirement. 1991 20 p. 914/224 

Guidance to Solid Waste Disposal Facilities for Implementation 
of Bans Relative to the Disposal of Leaves, White Goods and 
Restriction on the Disposal of Whole Tires. 1991 14 p. 
Guidance Document #6.1 914/225 ^ ^ r- , 

A Guide to the Solid Waste Management Regulations (310 CMR 16 
and 19). 1991 52 p. 914/226 

Guidelines for Storage, Consolidation and Transfer of Asbestos 
Waste. 1988 2 p. 914/227 

Inactive Landfills in Massachusetts. 1991 48 p. 914/228 

Information from Massachusetts Solid Waste Masterplan: Status 
Report on Cities and Towns, Updated March 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/229 

Interim Guidelines for Handling and Disposal of White Goods 
and Other Appliances. 1989 2 p. 914/230 

Landfill Assessment and Cleanup Repermitting Guidance. 1991 
6 p. 914/231 

Leaf and Yard Waste Composting: Guidance Document, Revised. 
1991 29 p. 914/233 



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Division of Solid Waste Management, continued 

Leaf Composting Technical Assistance Materials. 1991 2 p. 
914/234 

Massachusetts Solid Waste Masterplan, June 1990: Population 
and Generation Numbers. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/235 

Notes for a Short Course on Municipal Scale Leaf and Yard 
Waste Composting. 1991 42 p. 914/236 

Planning for a Municipal Leaf Composting Program, n.d. [var. 
pag.] 914/237 

Policy for the Disposal of Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation 
(UFFI). 1988 2 p. Policy #SWM-4-3/88 914/238 

Policy on the Establishment and Enforcement of Tonnage Limits 
at Solid Waste Facilities. 1989 4 p. Policy #SWM-10-6/89 
914/239 

Recyclable Material Markets and Waste Disposal Sites. 1990 
42 p. 914/240 

Recycled Products Guide. 1990 79 p. 914/241 

Recycling Programs in Massachusetts Cities and Towns. 1991 
44 p. 914/242 

Scrap Tire Management in Massachusetts: Questions and Answers 
for Municipal Waste Management Officials. 1991 9 p. 914/243 

Solid Waste Facility Database, n.d. 2 p. 914/244 

Tire Piles in Massachusetts. 1991 3 p. 914/245 

White Goods Management in Massachusetts: Questions and 
Answers for Municipal Waste Management Officials. 1991 9 p. 
914/246 

Bureau of Waste Prevention 

Lead Acid Batteries Bans for Solid Waste Disposal Facilities 
Receiving More than 300 Tons Per Day. 1990 11 p. Guidance 
Document #1 914/247 -, 

e A AH , 'xo :^ ■. I ^f ^ 

Solid Waste Facilities in Massachusetts: Site 1 Report - 
General Information. 1991 16 p. 914/248 

Regional Recycling Program 

Apartment Building Recycling Manual. 1988 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by: Resource Integration Systems, Ltd.] 914/249 



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Division of Special Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

An Assessment of the Impact and Effectiveness of Special 
Education: Summary of Comprehensive Local Findings. 1986 26 p. 
914/250 

For Your Information: A Guide to Special Education in 
Massachusetts, n.d. 128 p. 914/251 

Implementing Massachusetts' Special Education Law: A 
Statewide Assessment, Final Report. By James McGarry and 
Patricia Leon Finan 1982 60 p. 914/252 

Procedures for Monitoring Prima Facie Denial of Equal 
Educational Opportunity in Special Education Chapter 71B, Section 6. 
1981 72 p. 913/212 

A Review of the Eligibility Criteria for Children with Special 
Needs. 1991 30 p. [Section 78 of Chapter 138 of the Acts of 1991] 
913/213 ^ 03-1^, ^ : 9.2>'^ 

Special Education Monitoring Standards, Chapter 766/P.L. 94-142. 
By Marie Lindahl 1986 93 p. 913/214 

State Plan FY88-90 under Part B of the Education of the 
Handicapped Act as Amended by Public Law 94-142 and Public Law 
99-457. 1986 104 p. 913/215 

Bureau of Program Audit and Assistance 

Analysis of Newly Placed Students with Special Needs in 
Residential Schools November 1988 - June 1989. By Pamela Kaufmann 
n.d. [var. pag.] 914/253 

Early Childhood Project 

Birth to Six Resource Directory: A Guide to Programs and 
Services for Young Children with Special Needs, n.d. 302 p. 
914/254 

State Advisory Commission 

Annual Report June 1988. 1988 18 p. 914/255 

Annual Report to the Board of Education. 1988 [var. pag.] 
913/216 

Regional Advisory Councils 1988 Annual Reports, n.d. [unpaged] 
914/256 



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Division of Standards 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1991. 1991 
18 p. 913/217 

Division of Substance Abuse Services 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Alcohol and Other Drug Use Among Massachusetts Adolescents: 
A Preliminary Report. 1990 13 P. [Prepared by Health & Addictions 
Research, Inc.] 911/260 

Division of Tuberculosis Control 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. [var. pag.] 913/218 

State Plan for the Control and Eradication of Tuberculosis. 
1980 [var. pag.] [Includes volumes 1, 2, 3, and 5] 911/261 

Division of Water Pollution Control 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Use of A Geographic Information System to Assess Risk to 
Ground-Water Quality at Public-Supply Wells, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 
By Julio C. Olimpio et al. 1991 [var. pag.] Water-Resources 
Investigations Report 90-^140 [Prepared in cooperation with the 
U.S. Geological Survey] 914/257 

Technical Services Branch 

Westview Building, Lyman School, Rt. 9, Westborough, MA 01581 

Concord River Study 1990: Water Quality Data/Wastewater 
Discharge Data/Water Quality Analysis. By Margo Webber 1990 
26 p. 911/262 

CPP (Continuing Planning Process) for Water Quality Management 
in Massachusetts. By William J. Dunn, Jr. 1990 53 p. 911/263 

g B aA, Av* D 4 6' /^)4'o 

Hoosic River Basin Survey 1986: Water Quality Data and 
Wastewater Discharge Data. 1990 [var. pag.] 913/219 

Lower Quinebaug River 1989: Water Quality Data; Wastewater 
Discharge Data; Water Quality Analysis. By William J. Dunn 1990 
45 p. 911/264 

Research and Demonstration Program Indicative Project Summaries 
FY 1990. By Arthur J.Screpetis and George A. Kretas 1990 42 p. 



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Division of Water Resources 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Water Supply Agencies: Addresses & Contacts. 
1989 66 p. 911/266 ^ ^ 1 ^ . ^i". /V^S-^/a 

Public-Water Supply in Massachusetts 1986. 1991 108 p. 
Open-File Report 91-86 [Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. 
Geological Survey] 914/258 

Stream-Aquifer Relations and Yield of Stratif ied-Drift Aquifers 
in the Nashua River Basin, Massachusetts. By Virginia de Lima 
1991 47 p. Water-Resources Investigations Report 88-4147 [In 
conjunction with the U.S. Geological Survey] 912/216 

Water Resources of the Westfield and Farmington River Basins, 
Massachusetts. By Anthony Maevsky and David G. Johnson 1990 
[unpaged] Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA-716 [In conjunction 
with the U.S. Geological Survey] 911/267 

Franklin Conservation District 

North River Flood Plain Management Study, Colrain, MA. 1990 
43 p. [In cooperation with the Soil Conservation Service, Amherst, 
MA] 912/217 

Division of Water Supply 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Guidelines and Policies for Public Water Systems, Revised 
October 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] [Copies are available from 
the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA (617) 
727-2834.] 914/259 

Public Water Suppliers in Massachusetts (By Region). 1989 
8 p. 911/268 ^f^a3.'^\V^€ 

Division of Wetlands and Waterways 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Wetlands Report, Spring/Summer 1991. 1991 10 p. 913/220 

Education Computer Network 

75 Arlington Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 02116 
Note: Formerly called Regents Computer Network 

Users Services 

Network News, vol. 1, no. 1, Fall 1991. 1991 4 p. 
914/260 



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Education Loan Authority 

711 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02111 

College Opportunity Fund. n.d. [unpaged] 911/269 



Educational Assessment Program 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Results of the 1990 Assessment, Grade Four - On Their Own: 

Students' Responses to Open-Ended Questions in Math, Reading, 

Science, Social Studies. 1991 [var. pag.] 912/218 

Results of the 1990 Assessment, Grade Eight - On Their Own: 

Students' Responses to Open-Ended Questions in Math, Reading, 

Science, Social Studies. 1991 [var. pag.] 912/219 



Chapter 188 

Summary of Test Results 1987 - 1990. 1991 [var. pag.] [See 
also: 912/4] 912/220 

Office of Planning. Research and Evaluation 

National Comparisons I989. 1990 20 p. 911/270 

Elections Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Election Calendar I989 - 1990. I988 62 p. 912/221 

Election Calendar 1991 - 1992. 1990 62 p. 912/222 

Massachusetts Election Statistics 1990. 1991 469 p. Public 
Document 43 912/223 

Return of Votes for Massachusetts State Election, November 6, 
1990. 1990 50 p. 912/224 

Energy Facilities Siting Council 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2109, Boston, MA 02202 

Decision and Orders, Volume 21. 1991 429 p. 913/221 
Transition Memorandum. 1990 8 p. 912/225 



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Executive Office for Administration and Finance 

Room 373, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Comprehensive Staffing Report, October 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
911/271 

Comprehensive Staffing Report, December 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 

Contracted Services Expenditure Update. 1990 2 p. 911/273 

Employee Furlough Program: Emergency Cost Reduction Plan, 
Chapter 6, Section 90, Acts of 1991. 1991 [unpaged] 912/226 

Executive Organization Chart. 1991 2 p. 914/261 

The Handbook for Massachusetts State Managers. 1991 [var. pag.] 
913/222 p, p ^'i', H n/^Sl 

PARIS (Personnel Administrative Reporting and Information System) 
Reference Guide. 1991 91M/262 

Report and Analysis of Expenditures for FY91 , Vol. I, As of 
End of November 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/274 

Report and Analysis of Expenditures for FY91 , Vol. II, As of 
End of November 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/275 

Report of Spending by the Comptroller and the Budget Director. 
By L. Edward Lashman, Jr. 1990 3 p. 911/276 

Statement of Findings: City of Chelsea. 1991 10 p. 913/223 

Transition Report: Office of the Secretary, n.d. 17 p. 911/277 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Campaign (COMEC) 



COMEC; 
914/263 

COMEC; 
914/264 

COMEC: 
914/265 

COMEC 
914/266 

COMEC 
914/267 



Something to Feel Good About, Region 1. 1991 [unpaged] 

Something to Feel Good About, Region 2. 1991 [unpaged] 

Something to Feel Good About, Region 3. 1991 [unpaged] 

Something to Feel Good About, Region 4. 1991 [unpaged] 

Something to Feel Good About, Region 5. 1991 [unpaged] 



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Executive Office of Communities and Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (Draft), n.d. 
[var. pag.] 914/268 

Transition Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 912/227 
Division of Municipal Development 

Bibliography of Reports 1991 [var. pag.] 911/278 
Municipal Division 

Municipal Impact, April 1991. 1991 11 p. 912/228 

Municipal Impact, January 1991. 1991 11 p. 911/279 

Municipal Impact, August 1991. 1991 11 p. [This publication 
ceased in 1991.] 913/224 

Office of Planning and Management 

Massachusetts Housing Report, vol. 3, no. 1, February 1991. 
1991 15 p. [This publication ceased in 1991.] 912/229 

Planner's Briefing, Vol. 2, Edition 1, January 1991. 1991 6 p. 
911/280 

Planner's Briefing, Vol. 2, Edition 2, June 1991. 1991 9 p. 
913/225 

State/Regional Grants Program 

The Impact of State-Owned Land and Facilities on Local 
Governments. 1987 [Report was submitted by: Berkshire County 
Regional Planning Commission, Central Massachusetts Regional 
Planning Commission, Franklin County Planning District, and the 
Pioneer Valley Planning Commission] 913/226 

Executive Office of Consumer Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency changed its name from the Executive Office 
of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation 

Consumer's Guide to the New Car Lemon Law 1991. 1991 [unpaged] 
913/227 CfM.X\ C7CB/^'A^I 

Survey of Consumer Problems 1990. 1991 4 p. 911/281 



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Executive Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency is changed its name in 1991. Please see the 
previously listed agency. 

Transition Report, n.d. [var. pag.] [Includes facts and 
figures for 11 agencies] 911/282 

c ft 1,^: T6^ 

Executive Office of Economic Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Transition Book. 1990 [var. pag.] [Includes narratives 
for 16 agencies and the Governor's Office of Economic Development] 
911/283 

Executive Office of Elder Affairs 

38 Chauncy Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Choosing Your Medicare Supplemental Insurance: A Practical 
Guide to Costs and Coverage. 1990 28 p. 911/284 

Congregate Housing Directory July 1989. 1989 78 p. 
9U/269 

Continuing Care Retirement Communities July 1990, 3rd Edition. 
1990 28 p. [Directory] 914/270 

Continuing Care Retirement Communities December 1990. 1990 
26 p. [Directory] 914/271 

Continuing Care Retirement Communities June 1991. 1991 26 p. 
[Directory] 914/272 ^^^^ ^L(A-0^^/ 

Continuing Care Retirement Community Directory June 1989- 
1989 31 p. 914/273 

Coordinating Community Care for Frail Elders in Health 
Maintenance Organizations. By Robert L. Mollica et al. 1990 
23 p. 911/285 EL I . ^: C7i) 

Directory of Congregate Housing Facilities in Massachusetts 
January 1991. By Jean Moltenbrey and Kristine L. Nielsen 1991 
98 p. 914/274 ^^ . , Cli^^ - Oh:^/^ 

Directory of Retirement Housing in Massachusetts July 1990. 
By Jean Moltenbrey and Michelle James 1990 52 p. [Copies may 
be obtained by writing: Information and Referral at the agency.] 
914/275 



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Executive Office of Elder Affairs, continued 

Directory of Retirement Housing in Massachusetts January 1991. 
By Jean Moltenbrey and Michelle James 1991 52 p. [Copies may 
be obtained by writing: Information and Referral at the agency.] 
91^/276 ^^^^ ^i ,,;^ . 04^/5 

Fact Sheet: Massachusetts Health Care Proxy Law. 1991 ^ p. 
[Includes forms] 912/230 -, ,_ . = W -^ 

Transition Report. 1990 65 p. 911/286 
Elder Protective Services Program 

Report FY90. n.d. [var. pag.] 912/231 

Statistics Report FY91. 1991 7 p. 914/277 
Home Care Program 

Annual Statistical Report FY88. 1988 8 p. 911/287 

Annual Statistical Report FY90. 1990 16 p. [There was no 
FY89 report done.] 911/288 

Long Term Care Ombudsman Program 

Annual Report to the Legislature FY90. n.d. 31 P. 913/228 

Executive Office of Environmental Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Certificate of the Secretary of Environmental Affairs on the 
Environmental Notification Form: MBTA 1991 Fare Increase. 1991 
[var. pag.] 913/229 £fM.%. •w:i5/>> 

Certificate of the Secretary of Environmental Affairs on the 
Environmental Notification Form: MBTA 1991 Fare Increase. 1991 
[var. pag.] This is the 2nd report. 913/230 

E F^ l.'X', CSS /X'% 

Decision on City of Boston Request for Approval of the Boston 
Harborpark Plan pursuant to 301 CMR 23.00. 1991 38 p. 
912/232 ^f^ (,iX;L 

Transition Report: Budget History and Personnel History, n.d. 
[unpaged] 911/289 



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Executive Office of Health and Human Services 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1109, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency was formerly called the Executive Office of 
Human Services. Also as of 1991, the Annual Performance Reports 
are no longer required. 

Social Policy Unit 

Comprehensive Homeless Assistance Plan Performance Report 1990. 

1990 [unpaged] 914/278 

Comprehensive Homeless Assistance Plan Performance Report 1991. 

1991 [var. pag.] 914/279 

Executive Office of Human Services 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1109, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency is now called the Executive Office of Health 
and Human Services. 

The Chapter 688 System Implementation Start-Up Human Services 
Agencies' Guide. 1984 [var. pag.] 914/280 

Executive Office of Human Services/Boston Juvenile Court Liaison 
Pilot Program (Draft). By Deborah McDonagh 1987 11 p. 
914/281 

Facing the ED/MR Challenge: A Three Year Plan to Provide 
Services to Persons with Dual-Diagnosis. 1988 33 p. 914/282 

Legislative Summary: Acute Hospital Payment System. 1991 4 p. 
913/231 

Massachusetts Day Reporting Centers Task Force, Final Report. 
By Elizabeth L. Curtin and Jack McDevitt n.d. [var. pag.] NIC 
Grant # 89J16HEO [Prepared by the Center for Applied Social 
Research, Northeastern University] 912/233 

i-) i 1.1' r(\:yi 

Memorandum: Foster Care Commission Recommendations. By Philip 
W. Johnston 1987 5 p. 913/232 

A Plan to Reorganize Massachusetts Human Services for the 
1980's. 1981 69 p. 913/233 

A Plan to Reorganize Massachusetts Human Services for the 
1980's: Executive Summary. 1981 15 p. 913/234 

Study of the Interrelationships of the Office for Children 
and the Department of Social Services. 1982 [var. pag.] 
914/283 

Transition Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 913/235 



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Executive Office of Human Services, continued 

Note: This agency is now called the Executive Office of Health 
and Human Services. 

Human Resources Center. Inc. 

12 Bosworth Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Minority Human Service Providers in the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts: A Directory. 1988 53 P- [The Center is funded 
by EOHS.] 914/284 

Office of Contract Management 

Year-Ending Directory of Purchased Services FY88. 1988 106 p. 
914/285 

Pro.iect Link 

Final Report. 1986 36 p. [Participants: Needham, Newton, 
Wellesley and Weston] 913/236 

Social Policy Unit 

Massachusetts Comprehensive Homeless Assistance Plan 3- 1990 
[var. pag.] 912/23. ,. ,-X Kn4^/&. 
Special Commission on Foster Care 

Final Report. 1987 [var. pag.] 913/237 
Task Force on Children's Mental Health Services 

Resource Directory of Reports on Children's Mental Health 
Services. 1986 63 p. 913/238 

Task Force on Mental Health Services for Children and Youth 

Final Report. 1987 119 p. 913/239 

Executive Office of Labor 

One Ashburton Place, Room 2112, Boston, MA 02108 

Transition Documents. 1990 [var. pag.] [Covers all agencies 
in the Secretariat: Executive Office of Labor, Department of 
Industrial Accidents, Department of Labor and Industries, 
Industrial Services Program, Board of Conciliation and Arbitration, 
Labor Relations Commission and Joint Labor Management Committee] 
912/235 



Executive Office of Public Safety 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Management with Integrity: A Practical Guide for Massachusetts 
Managers (Draft). 1989 50 p. 912/236' 



Executive Office of Transportation and Construction 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Memorandum of Agreement among the Executive Office of 
Transportation and Construction and the Executive Office of 
Environmental Affairs and the Department of Public Works and the 
Metropolitan District Commission regarding the Charles River Basin. 
1991 [unpaged] 913/240 

Memorandum of Understanding: Traffic and Air Quality Mitigation 
for the Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project. 1990 13 p. 
[Signed by the Secretary of Transportation and Construction, the 
Commissioner of Public Works and the Conservation Law Foundation.] 
911/290 



Transition Report, n.d. 13 p. 



911/291 



Fitchburg State College 

160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

President's Report 1989 - 1990. n.d. 22 p. 



914/286 



General Court 

State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Black Legislative Caucus 

Room 127, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Legislative Overview 1989. 1990 162 p. 911/292 

Clerk of the Senate and Clerk of the House 

Room 208 and Room 145, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Manual for the General Court 1991-92. 1991 833 p. 914/287 

Public Officers of Massachusetts 1991 - 1992. 1991 273 p. 
[Commonly called the "Bird Book"] 913/241 



Committee on Local Affairs 

Room 134, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

1990 Legislative Review, n.d. [var. pag.] 



913/242 



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General Court, continued 

Committee on State Administration 

Room 84, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Committee Rules: 1987 Legislative Session. 1987 3 p. 
913/243 

House Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 146, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Compliance Review: Procedures for Issuing a License to Carry 
Firearms. 1991 36 p. 913/244 

Cr . C . PPi\(\C?3 

Letter Regarding the Service Provider System. By Representative 
Thomas P. Kennedy 1991 14 p. 911/293 

Welfare Benefits Behind Bars: Rare Occurrence or Widespread 
Problem (Preliminary Review). 1991 15 p. 913/245 

C? C 4 , f B t J ■, W f S 
Joint Committee on Counties 
Room 33, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Feasibility of State Takeover of All Essential and Necessary 
Functions and Services of County Government (Preliminary Report). 
1991 [unpaged] 911/294 g c t ^ C, "5 3* '• F 3 i 

Joint Committee on Natural Resources 
Room 473B, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Annual Report 1989. 1990 [unpaged] 912/237 

Annual Report 1990. 1991 [var. pag.] 912/238 

Joint Committee on Public Service 

Room 416B, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

1986 Session Final Report, n.d. [var. pag.] 911/295 

1987 Session Final Report, n.d. [var. pag.] 913/246 

1989 Annual Report, n.d. [var. pag.] 913/247 

1990 Annual Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 913/248 

Joint Committee on Rules 

Room 167, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Program of the Conference for New Legislators 1991 - 1992, The 
177th Biennium of the General Court, n.d. 9 p. 911/296 



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General Court, Joint Committee on Rules, continued 

The State Economy and Budget Outlook. By Raymond G. Torto 
1991 9 p. [Presented at the Conference for New Legislators 1991 - 
1992] 911/297 

Joint Special Commission on Financial Services 
150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

The Future of Massachusetts' High Technology Industries in 
World Markets: A Proposal for the Establishment of a Massachusetts- 
Pacific Rim Development Bank. By Jeffrey Aresty 1991 [var. pag.] 
[Joint Research Project with Boston University School of Law, 
Morin Center for Banking Law Studies] 913/249 

Senate Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 312, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

An Analysis of the Massachusetts Executive Branch Workforce. 
1991 18 p. [1991 Senate Doc 1490] 912/239 

G '■■ •■' • r- h ! , • ' ■ '\ '/-i ' 3> 
Controlling State Employee Health Care Costs (Draft). 1991 
37 p. [See also: 1991 Senate Doc 1610] 912/240 

Controlling the Drunk Driver: The 1980s in Review. 1990 
36 p. 911/298 ,^ c, ,PB l\ : CIS 

Early Retirement: Designing and Implementing an Incentive 
Program in Massachusetts. 1991 38 p. [1991 Senate Doc 1361] 
911/299 ^ C S. PB !-l ec{ 7€ 

Lottery Revenue Growth: Prospects for the Future. 1991 57 p. 
[1991 Senate Doc 1720] 914/288 

Cy C £ , -PV^^l- '- S\ 

Senate Committee on Ways and Means 

Room 213, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Volume One, Analysis and Appropriations, FY92 Budget 
Recommendations: Meeting the Challenge, Foundation for Economic 
Recovery. 1991 [var. pag.] [1991 Senate Doc 1992] 912/241 

Volume Two, FY92 Budget Recommendations: Meeting the Challenge, 
Foundation for Economic Recovery. 1991 [var. pag.] [1991 Senate 
Doc 1992] 912/242 

Senate Legislative Education Office 
Room 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

A Handbook for Legislative Interns, n.d. 38 p. 913/250 

6 c ^ , I. E^-^^' H /^ 



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General Court, continued 

Senator Arthur E. Chase 

Room 518, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report with Legislation to Abolish County Government. I99I 

16 P- 912/243 ^cs,a,R.,i 

Senator Bill Owens 

Room 218, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Memorandum: To Create a Commission to Establish and Administer 
Grant Funds and Job Banks for Gang Prevention Programs. By Donnalyn 
Lynch Kahn 1989 48 p. 912/244 , ^ 

Special Commission on Health Care Finance and Delivery Reform 
Room 167, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report to the Governor and the General Court (Draft). 1990 
[var. pag.] [See also: 1991 House Doc 5240] 911/300 

Report to the Governor and General Court (Final Report). I99I 
95 p. [1991 House Doc 5240] 911/301 

Special Subcommittee on Foster Care 

Room 167B, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Volume II: The Foster Care System, Child Abuse Reporting and 
Investigation System. 1991 316 p. [Includes addendum] 
9"'3/251 ^ ^;o. HS %JQ,: ik^^-i/'^.\ 

Genetics Program 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Human Genetics: A Practical Teaching Guide (Pilot Edition). 
1986 97 p. 911/302 

Prenatal Tests: Tests that Can Check for Certain Birth Defects 
in your Unborn Baby. 1990 13 p. [Also available in: Chinese, 
French, Laotian, Portugese, Spanish, Vietnamese] 911/303 

Public Health Fact Sheet: Sickle Cell Anemia. I989 2 ^p- 
911/304 

Geographic Information Systems 

20 Somerset Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Data Center 

MassGIS Datalayer Descriptions and a Guide to User Services. 
1990 [unpaged] 911/305 ^Rl,^: mS^bS 



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Government Land Bank 

One Court Street, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1990-91. n.d. 16 p. 912/245 

Land Bank Developments, Winter 1991. 1991 8 p. 912/246 

Governor 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Appendix to the Governor's Budget Recommendations FY92: Report 
on Tax Expenditures. 1991 [var. pag.] [1991 House Doc 1] 
912/247 

Farewell Address by Governor Michael S. Dukakis, December 20, 

1990. 1990 15 p. 911/306 Q^ ^ -) ^ 'X : ^ d^'.\ 

Growth Conference on the Massachusetts Economy. 1991 [var. 
pag.] [Hosted by the Governor and U.S. Senator John F. Kerry 
at the World Trade Center, Boston on January 28, 1991.] 
912/248 ^ ^^ ^^, ^C^^ 

Inaugural Address of his Excellency William F. Weld, January 3f 

1991. 1991 11 p. [1991 Senate Doc 1] 911/307 

C> € -^ , a. ■. X. *A i 
Making Massachusetts Work: Remarks Prepared for Delivery at 
the Boston Herald Forum, October 10, 1991. 1991 8 p. 914/289 

The Record: The Dukakis Administration 1975 - 1990. n.d. 
6 p. 911/308 ^ - ; ., . . 1 u 

Remarks Given at the UMASS Medical Center - Worcester, October 24, 
1991, Before the Committee on Educational Policy. 1991 11 P. 
[Popularly called: Massachusetts 2000] 914/290 

Report Relative to an Early Retirement Incentive Program for 
Employees of the Commonwealth. 1991 18 p. [1991 Senate Doc 1568] 

Statement of Mission: Trip of Governor William F. Weld to 
Asia, August 23, 1991 - September 4, 1991. 1991 10 p. 
913/252 

A Visit to the State House, June 5, 1991: Harvard - Radcliffe 
Twenty-Fifth Reunion. 1991 12 p. 913/253 

Weld-Celluci Emergency Plan for Fiscal Recovery, February 1991 - 
June 1992. 1991 106 p. 911/309 

Weld-Celluci Emergency Plan for Fiscal Recovery, February 1991 - 
June 1992 (Executive Summary). 1991 12 p. 911/310 



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Governor, continued 

Weld-Celluci Emergency Plan for Fiscal Recovery, February 1991 - 
June 1992: FY91 Solution for $850 Million Deficit. 1991 [var. 
pag.] 911/311 C^€^,^VIH5 

Weld/Celluci Fiscal Recovery Plan 1992: The Governor's Budget 
Recommendation for FY92, Volume 1, Narrative. 1991 [var. pag.] 
[1991 House Doc 1] 911/312 

Weld/Celluci Fiscal Recovery Plan 1992: The Governor's Budget 
Recommendation for FY92, Volume 2, Line Items. 1991 [var. pag.] 
[1991 House Doc 1] 911/313 

Education Advisor 

Report to the Governor and Lt. Governor on Public Education 
with Recommendations for Action. By James Harrington 1991 27 p. 
912/250 ^a 

Governor *s Advisory Committee on School Choice 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Preliminary Report. 1991 6 p. 913/254 

Governor's Committee on Physical Fitness and Sports 

Room 155, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Fitness Day on the Hill. 1991 [var. pag.] 912/251 

Governor's Council 

Council Chamber, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Rules of Order for the Assembly of the Council. 1991 5 p. 
913/255 ^ ,j . . „ r 

Governor's Harbor Residuals Landfill Siting Advisory Commission 

c/o Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, 100 Cambridge Street, 
Boston, MA 02202 

Report. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/256 

Governor's Highway Safety Bureau 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2104, Boston, MA 02202 

Transition Report. 1990 4 p. 912/252 



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Governor's Policy Office 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Education Advisor 



Transition Report, n.d. [unpaged] 911/2 

Governor's Special Advisory Panel On Forensic Mental Health 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1602, Boston, MA 02202 

Executive Summary. 1989 42 p. p. 911/315 

Governor's Special Commission on Consolidation of Health and 
Human Services Institutional Facilities 

c/o Executive Office of Human Services, One Ashburton Place, 
Room 1105, Boston, MA 02108 

Actions for Quality Care: A Plan for the Consolidation of 
State Institutions & for the Provision of Appropriate Care 
Services. 1991 100 p. 912/253 

Governor's Special Commission on Facility Consolidation 

c/o Executive Office of Human Services, One Ashburton Place, 
Room 1105, Boston, MA 02108 

Volume 1 of 2: Testimony Presented. 1991 [var. pag.] 
913/257 ^ Q- .- ■ fo // /r - >/v 

Volume 2 of 2: Testimony Presented and Other Testimony. 1991 
[var. pag.] 913/258 ^ ^-* -r > r w / r- ^ <^ I 

Governor's Special Commission on the Dairy Industry 

c/o Department of Food and Agriculture, 100 Cambridge Street, 
Boston, MA 02202 

Report and Recommendations Relative to the Establishment of a 
Dairy Stabilization Fund. 1991 10 p. 913/259 

C^ ^-7, ■"7- : D ?H , \. K\ 

Governor's Task Force on Chapter 766 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Report October 1975 - October 1976. 1976 56 p. 914/291 

Greenfield Community College 

One College Drive, Greenfield, MA 01301 

Catalog 1991-92. n.d. 106 p. 914/292 



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Group Insurance Commission 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 

Annual Report 1989 - 1991. 1991 4 p. 914/293 

Benefit Decision Guide 1991 - 1992: For Health, Life and 
Long-Term Disability Insurance. 199J1 31 p. 912/254 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth, Spring 1991. 1991 8 p. 
913/260 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth, Summer 1991. 1991 6 p. 
913/261 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth, October 1991. 1991 4 p. 
914/294 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Winter 1991-92. 
1991 2 p. 914/295 

Transition Report. 1990 37 p. 912/255 

Hazardous Waste Facility Site Safety Council 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1405, Boston, MA 02202 

RE: Recontek Corp. Site Suitability Status Report. 1991 
5 p. 912/256 

Health and Education Facilities Authority 

99 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 

$8,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Beverly Hospital Issue, Series E, 
Dated: October 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/190 

$8,550,000 Revenue Bonds, Winchester Hospital Issue, Series C, 
New Issue, Dated: August 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/296 

$9,400,000 Revenue Bonds, Nichols College Issue, Series B, New 
Issue - Book-Entry Only, Dated: January 1, 1991. 1991 [var. 
pag.] 914/297 

$10,600,000 Revenue Bonds, Berkshire Consolidated Realty Issue, 
Series A, Dated: Date of Delivery. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/317 

$10,885,000 Revenue Bonds, Lawrence General Hospital Issue, 
Series B, New Issue, Dated: September 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/298 



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Health and Educational Facilities Authority, continued 

$11,315,000 Revenue Bonds, Amherst College Issue, Series E, 
New Issue, Dated: August 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/299 

$12,995,000 Revenue Bonds, Bentley College Issue, Series H, 
New Issue, Dated: July 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/300 

$13,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Berklee College of Music Issue, 
Series C, New Issue, Dated: August 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/301 

$14,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Stonehill College Issue, Series D, 
Dated: October 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/318 

$16,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Smith College Issue, Series C, 
Dated: September 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/319 

$16,150,000 Revenue Bonds, Framingham Union Hospital Issue, 
Series B, Dated: September 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/320 

$17,610,000 Revenue Bonds, Lowell General Hospital Issue, 
Series A, New Issue, Dated: March 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/302 

$25,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Issue, Series G, New Issue, Dated: Date of Initial Delivery. 
1991 [var. pag.] 914/303 

$29,200,000 Revenue Bonds, Goddard Memorial Hospital Issue, 
Series B, Dated: September 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/321 

$33,895,000 Revenue Bonds, New England Baptist Hospital Issue, 
Series B, New Issue, Dated: August 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/304 

$36,760,000 Revenue Bonds, Boston College Issue, Series J, 
Refunding Issue, Dated: July 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/305 

$40,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Newton-Wellesley Hospital Issue, 
Series D, New Issue, Dated: April 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/306 

$50,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Charlton Memorial Hospital Issue, 
Series B, New Issue, Dated: April 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/307 

$51,200,000 Revenue Bonds, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 
Issue, Series A, New Issue, Dated: September 1, 1991. 1991 
[var. pag.] 914/308 



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Health and Educational Facilities Authority, continued 

$53,370,000 Revenue Bonds, New England Deaconess Hospital Issue, 
Series C, New Issue, Dated: August, 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
9U/309 

$60,500,000 Composite Offering (Four New Issues) Dated: 
September 15, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/322 

$69,070,000 Revenue Bonds, Fallon Healthcare System Issue, 
Series A, New Issue, Dated: August 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/310 

$93,185,000 Revenue Bonds, Saint Elizabeth's Hospital of 
Boston Issue, Series C, D and E New Issue, Dated: September 1, 
1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/311 

$95,925,000 Revenue Bonds, Boston University Issue, Series J, 
K and L, New Issue, Dated: June 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/312 

$141,820,000 Revenue Bonds, Harvard University Issue, Series N, 
Dated: September 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/313 

$150,000,000 Revenue Bonds, Brigham and Women's Hospital Issue, 
Series D, New Issue, Dated: September 15, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
914/314 

$153,275,000 Revenue Bonds, Harvard University Issue, Series M, 
Dated: February 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/315 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 16 p. 911/323 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 3, no. 4, Fall 1990. 1990 6 p. 
911/324 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 4, no. 1, Winter 1991. 1991 6 p. 
912/257 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 4, no. 2, April - June 1991. 1991 8 p. 
913/262 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 4, no. 3, July - September 1991. 1991 6 p. 
914/316 

Health Facilities Appeals Board 

c/o Boston University School of Law 

765 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

Cardinal Cushing General Hospital v. Department of Public 
Health, Final Decision. 1991 14 p. No. 5-3644 911/324A 



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Higher Education Coordinating Council 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1401, Bosto.n, MA 02108 

Note: This agency was formerly called the Board of Regents of 
Higher Education. The Council came into existence on September 1, 
1991. 

Annual Report 1990 - 1991: Long Range Plan for Public Higher 
Education in Massachusetts. 1991 3 p. 913/263 



Historical Commission 

80 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Historic Places for Historic Parties, Revised Edition. 1991 
23 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 914/317 

Historic Preservation Programs. 1991 9 P- tCopies are 
available in the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, 
MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 912/258 , ^ , ,.. 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 18, no. 1, Winter 1991- 1991 12 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/325 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 18, no. 2, Spring 1991. 1991 12 p, 
[Copies are available in the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 912/259 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 18, no. 3, Summer 1991. 1991 12 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 913/264 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 18, no. 4, Fall 1991. 1991 12 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 914/318 

State Register of Historic Places 1990. 1991 323 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/326 

Holyoke Community College 

303 Homestead Avenue, Holyoke, MA 01040 

Day Division Catalog 1990-92. n.d. 224 p. 914/319 



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Housing Finance Agency 

50 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1991. 1991 [var. 
pag.] [Includes report of the Home Mortgage Finance Agency] 
914/320 

Housing List, July 1991. 1991 75 p. 2.13/265 

MHFA Newsletter, April 1991. 1991 7 p. 912/260 

MHFA Update, vol. 10, no. 4, Summer 1991. 1991 6 p. 
913/266 

Industrial Finance Agency, 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110 

$6,000,000 Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency Revenue 
Bonds (Concord Academy Issue, Series 1991), New Issue, Dated: 
August 25, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/321 

$6,800,000 Town of Northborough, Massachusetts Industrial 
Revenue Bonds (NewCorr Packaging, Inc.), 1990 Series, New Issue, 
Dated: September 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 914/322 

$7,230,000 Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency Health Care 
Revenue Bonds (Mary Ann Morse Nursing Home, Inc. Project, Series 1991), 
New Issue, Dated: April 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 914/323 

$8,455,000 Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency Health 
Care Revenue Bonds (Seacoast Nursing and Retirement Center Project, 
Series 1991), New Issue, Dated: September 1, 1991. 1991 [var. 
pag.] 914/324 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. [unpaged] p. 913/267 

•**The Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Capital Markets: 

A Forum for the Massachusetts House of Representatives, February 5, 

1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 912/261 

Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency Revenue Bonds (Dexter 
School-1991 Issue), New Issue, Dated: May 1, 1991. 1991 
[var. pag.] 914/325 

MIFACTS, Volume 1, Issue 1, Fall 1985. 1985 8 p. 911/327 

MIFACTS, Summer 1986. 1986 8 p. 911/328 

MIFACTS, Fall 1986. 1986 6 p. 911/329 

MIFACTS, Spring 1987. 1987 8 p. 911/330 



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Industrial Finance Agency, continued 

MIFACTS, Fall 1987. 1987 8 p. 911/331 

MIFACTS, Summer 1988. 1988 8 p. 911/332 

MIFACTS, Winter 1988. 1988 8 p. 911/333 

MIFACTS, Summer 1989. 1989 p. 8 911/334 

MIFACTS, Winter 1989. 1989 8 p. 911/335 

MIFACTS, Summer 1990. 1990 8 p. 911/336 

MIFACTS, Winter 1990. 1990 8 p. 911/337 

MIFACTS, Winter/Spring 1991. 1991 8 p. 914/326 

MIFACTS, Summer 1991. 1991 8 p. 914/327 

John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs 

University of Massachusetts, Harbor Campus, Boston, MA 02125 

After the Honeymoon: Conjugal Bliss or Fiscal Chaos? By 
Joseph S. Slavet and Raymond G. Torto 1991 21 p. 912/262 

ui^ \0) .X. A-r t>^/3 

Labor Relations Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1604, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report for the Years 1988, 1989, and 1990. 1991 
[var. pag.] 913/268 

Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 903, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1989. 1989 [var. pag.] 912/263 

Annual Report 1990 (December 1, 1989 to November 30, 1990). 
1990 [var. pag.] 911/338 

Transition Report. 1990 11 p. 912/264 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

$175,000,000 Notes, 1991 Series A, Private Placement Memorandum, 
Dated: March 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 911/339 



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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

$230,000,000 General Transportation System Bonds, 1990 Series 
B, New Issue, Dated: December 1, 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
911/3^0 

T Performance Report FY9O: More, Better, Faster with Less, 
n.d. 35 p. 912/265 

Transition Report, n.d. 3 p. 911/3^1 

Advisory Board 

120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116-4604 

The Advisor, vol. 9, no. 1, March 1991. 1991 8 p. 
912/266 

T Service: Delivering on the Promise? 1991 35 p. 
911/342 TCHO.a.: t I /a. 

Operations Directorate. Planning Division 

Ridership and Service Statistics. 1990 [var. pag.] Third 
Edition 911/343 

Railroad Operations Directorate 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 6, no. 4, Winter 1991. 1991 4 p. 
911/344 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 7, no. 1, Spring 1991. 1991 4 p. 
912/267 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 7, no. 2, Fall 1991. 1991 4 p. 
914/328 

Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications 

38 Sidney Street, Suite 300, Cambridge, MA 02139-4135 

Annual Report 1989. 1989 [var. pag.] 913/269 

Annual Report 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 913/270 

Mass LearnPike Program Schedule 1991 - 1992. n.d. 33 p. 
912/268 

Mass LearnPike 

Program Schedule 1991 - 1992. n.d. 35 p. 913/271 



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Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency 

400 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 01701 

Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1, Autumn 1991. 1991 6 p. [This 
newsletter will be published quarterly.] 914/329 

Massachusetts International Trade Council 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

•••International Export Service Guide. 1990 93 p. [Copies are 
available from the Council at the above address.] 914/330 

•••Massachusetts International Foreign Firm Directory. 1991 
[var. pag.] [Copies are available from the Office of International 
Trade and Investment, 100 Cambridge Street, Suite 902, Boston, MA 
02202] 913/272 --r T i ^^ ■ ..r^^ , , 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy 

P.O.Box D, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532-1803 

Catalog: The State Maritime Academy, 100 Years of Excellence 
1891 - 1991. n.d. 68 p. 914/331 

Massachusetts Port Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

$90,935,000 Revenue Bonds, Series 1990-A, Dated: July 1, 1990. 

1990 [var. pag.] 911/345 

Economic Impact Report FY90. n.d. 20 p. 912/269 

Independent Auditor's Report as of June 30, 1990 and I989 
(Draft). 1990 [unpaged] 911/346 

Logan Airport Business Flyer, Volume V, Spring/Summer 1991. 

1991 8 p. 912/270 

Massport FY90 Economic Impact Report: An Economic Catalyst 
for New England (Draft Final). 1990 25 p. 911/347 

MASSPORT Seaport Strategy (Draft). 1990 26 p. [Produced 
with the assistance of Communitas, Inc.] 911/348 

New England Air Travelers* Bill of Rights: A Consumer Guide 
for Air Travelers, 1990-91 Edition, n.d. 36 p. 911/349 

Port of Boston Handbook 1990 - 1992. 1990 128 p. 911/350 



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Massachusetts Port Authority, continued 

•••Sixth Annual Maritime Conference Kit: Worldwide Shipping, 
Routes, Rates and Regulations, April 3» 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
912/271 

Transition Report. 1990 4 p. 911/351 

Travelogan, Summer 1991. 1991 2 p. 913/273 

Maritime Department 

East Bldg. II, Fish Pier, Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

•••New England Portfolio, Spring 1991. 1991 2 p. 913/274 

•••Port of Boston Year End Report 1990. n.d. 4 p. 913/275 

Public Affairs Department 

Logan Airport Passenger Services, Winter 1990-1991. 1990 1 p. 
9''''/352 re SO X' L%P> /3> 

Logan Airport Special Services, Winter 1990-1991. 1990 1 p. 
911/353 f C £0 ^ L^^/S 

Logan Airport Transportation Services, Winter 1990-1991. 1990 
1 p. 911/354 ^^ £5, a: L'%^-JH 

Public Affairs. Administration and Finance Departments 

Annual Report by the Numbers 1990. n.d. 44 p. 912/272 

Nassasoit Community College 

One Massasoit Boulevard, Brockton, MA 02402 

1991-92 Catalog: 25 Years, Education for Life. n.d. 256 p. 
914/332 

Mediation Service 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Note: As of July 1, 1991 i this agency has changed its name to 
the Office of Dispute Resolution. 

Agency Record and Transition Report. 1990 23 p. 913/276 

Annual Report 1988-89. n.d. [unpaged] p. 913/277 



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Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

60 Temple Place, Boston, MA 02111 

Note: All documents are available from the Council at the above 
address. 

Acton: Growth Management Study. 1986 27 p. 912/273 

Affordable Housing for an Affordable Workforce, Part I: Housing 
and Your Company's Economic Health. 1990 33 p. [Part II is 
available from Citizens' Housing and Planning Association, 7 Marshall 
Street, Boston, MA 02108.] 912/274 

Annual Report 1990: It's Time to Begin. By Sandra Lenzi and Russ 
Brami n.d. 16 p. 911/355 

Center Revitalization Manual: A Guide to Improving Your 
Downtown. By Agnes Horigan Baker et al. n.d. [unpaged] 
912/275 y^ . NAP I '. CS3 

Hanscom Area Towns Study II: Review of Area Problems and 
Solutions and Priorities for Action (Bedford, Concord, Lexington 
and Lincoln). By Birgit Uehling Caliandro et al. 1991 [var. pag.] 
90-01/TF 911/357 

Hanscom Area Towns Study II: Review of Area Problems and 
Solutions and Priorities for Action, Executive Summary (Bedford, 
Concord, Lexington and Lincoln). By Birgit Uehling Caliandro et al. 
1991 8 p. 90-01/TF 911/356 

Housing Trust Funds: A Bibliography, n.d. [unpaged] 
912/276 VS.ivH: l-:t:;/^ 

Local Housing Trust Funds: A Comparative Summary of Programs 
in Eastern Massachusetts. By Carol Baldassari and Gretchen Locke 
1989 [var. pag.] [Also contains descriptive material on the 
Boston Neighborhood Housing Trust, the Cambridge Housing Trust, 
the Falmouth Housing Trust and the Quincy Housing Trust.] 
912/277 ^3,mP( L7^ 

Managing Local Driveway Access and Subdivision Street Approval 
Decisions. 1990 10 p. Community Planning Exchange 14: One of 
a series of educational monographs for MAPC communities. 912/278 

A Manual on Regional and Local Demographic and Economic Analysis 
and Projections. By Douglas Carnahan and P.K. Mohanty n.d. 76 p. 
911/358 

The Marblehead Comprehensive Plan, 1989 Update. By Joan 
Blaustein et al. I989 [var. pag.] 912/279 

MetroPlan 2000 Infrastructure and Economic Development: A 
Summary of a Literature Search. By Steven R. Landau et al. 1990 
21 p. 90-03/ED 911/359 



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Metropolitan Area Planning Council, continued 

Note: All documents are available from the Council at the above 
address. 

MetroPlan 2000: A Plan for Future Growth, It's Time to Begin. 
1990 38 p. 911/360 

MetroPlan 2000: A Regional Development Plan, It's Time to 
Begin, n.d. 1 p. 911/361 

Model Community Noise Ordinance: A Community Assistance Guide. 
1979 [var. pag.] 912/280 ^j^p,, ^^y^ 

People and Housing Change in Metropolitan Boston: A First 
Look at the 1990 Census. By Douglas Carnahan et al. 1991 
[unpaged] 912/281 «y 3 , vA p ) . P ^"^ 

Poor People and the Housing Crisis. By Judith C. Alland et al. 
1989 [unpaged] 911/362 

Publications List. 1991 13 p. 912/282 

Revenue Sources for Housing Trust Funds, n.d. [unpaged] 
912/283 ^3 ^pi_ ^^J^/H 

The Stoneham Master Plan Update, Phase I. By Paul DeCoste et 
al. 1990 55 p. LU/90-05 911/363 

•••Town of Hingham Groundwater Protection Study. 1987 [var. pag.] 
[Includes maps.] 912/284 

Town of Hudson Groundwater Protection Study. 1986 [var. pag.] 
[Includes maps.] 912/285 

Using a GIS to Locate Land Suitable for Rezoning in the Town 
of Duxbury, MA. 1990 3 p. LU/90-04 [In conjunction with the 
UMASS Digital Graphic Lab and the Duxbury Planning Department. 
Includes maps.] 911/364 

Metropolitan District Coinmission 

20 Somerset Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Task Force Report on Algal Fouling in Broad Sound and Nahant 
Bay. 1990 20 p. 912/286 ^^^^^^, r ^ 

Watershed Land Acquisition Program. 1991 [unpaged] 914/333 

Division of Watershed Management 

Quabbin Facts and Figures. By Lois Barnes et al. n.d. 24 p. 
912/287 Z^'^O ,'X:q'X\/s 



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Metropolitan District Commission, continued 

Harbor Region Office 

98 Taylor Street, Boston, MA 02122 

Boston Harbor Islands; Georges, Peddocks & Lovells: May - 
October Program 1991. 1991 6 p. 912/288 

METROPARKS 



Blue Hills Reservation Program April - May 1991- 1991 4 p. 



912/289 ^^cyo. a:6 €^ 



Reservations & Historic Sites Division 

Middlesex Fells Reservation Historic Land-Use Study. 1990 
[var. pag.3 Cultural Resource Management Study Series No. 1 

Middlesex Community College 

Springs Road, Bedford, MA 01730 

Admissions Office , 

Middlesex Your Community's College: Information & Programs, 
Fall/Winter 1990/1991 (Bedford - Burlington - Lowell), n.d. 
30 p. 914/334 

Middlesex Your Community's College: Information & Programs, 
Fall 1991 (Bedford - Burlington - Lowell), n.d. 32 p. 
914/335 

Middlesex County Office of the District Attorney 

40 Thorndike Street, Boston, MA 02141 

Juvenile Justice Task Force 

Juvenile Procedures Manual for Police. 1988 70 p. 
914/336 

Montachusetts Regional Planning Commission 

R1427 Water Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 32 p. 914/337 

Montachusetts Regional Transit Authority 

R 1427 Water Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

FY86 Annual Report, n.d. 12 p. 914/338 



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Nontachusetts Regional Transit Authority, continued 

FY87 Annual Report, n.d. 11 p. 914/339 

FYSS Annual Report, n.d. 10 p. 914/340 

FY89 Annual Report: 10th Anniversary Issue, n.d. 15 p. 
914/341 

FY90 Annual Report, n.d. 1 p. 914/342 

FY91 Annual Report, n.d. 1 p. 914/343 

Mount Wachusett Community College 

444 Green Street, Gardner, MA 01440 

Catalog 1991 - 1992. n.d. 128 p. 914/344 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 

Moody Street, Ludlow, MA 01056 

•••Annual Report 1990. 1991 [var. pag.] [Includes financial 
statements] 912/291 

Third Quarter Report for the Months Ended September 13, 1990. 
n.d. 2 p. 911/365 

First Quarter Report for the Months Ended March 31, 1991. 
1991 1 p. 912/292 

Second Quarter Report for the Months Ended June 30, 1991. 
1991 1 p. 913/278 

Third Quarter Report for the Months Ended September 31, 1991. 
1991 1 p. 914/345 

Museum of Contemporary Art 

87 Marshall Street, North Adams, MA 01247 

Feasibility Study & Development Plan, Phase I Revised. 1990 
89 p. [Prepared by Skdimore, Owings & Merrill et al.3 
911/366 

Revised Fund-Raising Plan with Reference to the Amended Phase I 
Plan. 1990 63 p. [Prepared by C.W. Shaver & Company, Inc.] 
911/367 



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Museum of Contemporary Art, continued 

Executive Planning Group 

Feasibility Study & Development Plan: Phase I Amendments 
October 1990, Governance Plan, Operating Pro Forma & Project 
Budget Summaries, n.d. [var. pag.] 911/368 

i 

Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Atlas of Estimated Habitats of State-Listed Rare Wetlands 
Wildlife, 1990 Edition, n.d. [unpaged] 912/293 

Atlas of Estimated Habitats of State-Listed Rare Wetlands 
Wildlife, 1991 Edition. 1991 [unpaged] 911/369 

Natural Heritage News, vol. 1, no. 1, March 1991. 1991 6 p. 
911/370 

Norfolk County District Attorney's Office 

360 Washington Street, Dedham, MA 02026 

Information on: Civil Rights Division, Help & Protection 
for Families Experiencing Violence in the Home, Sexual Assault 
Unit. n.d. [var. pag.] 912/294 

North Adams State College 

North Adams, MA 01247 

Catalog 1990 - 1992. n.d. 228 p. 914/346 

The New Review, Spring/Summer 1991. 1991 64 p. 913/279 

North Shore Community College 

3 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915 

Graduate Survey 1990. By Peter Monaco and Jacquelyn Delorenzo 
n.d. 59 p. 913/280 c,C X.>> '-. Cr / S-. ' '■ 

Office of Planning. Research and Grants Development 

Outreach, Impact, and Excellence: Facts about North Shore 
Community College, n.d. 17 p. 913/281 



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Northern Essex Community College 

Elliott Way, Haverhill, MA 01830 

Catalog 91/92. n.d. 208 p. 91^/3^7 

Office for Children 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1111, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1981. n.d. 57 p. 914/3^8 

Annual Report FY87, FY88, FY89. 1990 16 p. 911/371 

Assessing the Needs of Children: A Statewide Summary of 
Council for Children 1984 Needs Assessments. 1985 24 p. 
914/349 

Central Interagency Team Report FY84. n.d. 8 p. 913/282 

FY92 Children's Budget Campaign. 1991 7 p. 911/372 

Hello Walls: A Handbook for Citizen Review of Children's 
Residential Facilities. By Gerald Goldman et al. 1980 [var. pag.] 
914/350 

Help for Children Data Report FY85. n.d. 35 p. 913/283 

Information for Parents: Fact Sheets. 1991 19 p. [Fact 
Sheets for: Commission for the Blind, Commission for the Deaf 
and Hard of Hearing, Department of Mental Health, Department of 
Mental Retardation, Department of Public Health, Department of 
Youth Services, Office for Children, Rehabilitation Commission] 
911/373 H5 SD,:;vrr.S 

Massachusetts Children: "Lost Between the Cracks": A Report 
on the History and Mission of the Massachusetts Office for Children. 
1979 [var. pag.] 913/284 

Needs Assessment Report. 1977 194 p. 913/285 

Needs Assessment Report. 1978 183 P- 913/286 

Outside In: A Handbook for Citizen Review of Children's 
Residential Facilities. By Gerald Goldman et al. n.d. 41 p. 
914/351 

Revisions to the Group Day Care Regulations for Children with 
Special Needs. 1991 8 p. 911/374 , .^ 

[i .\ J'- ": -'' '• ''■■ ^ '^ 

Transition Document. 1990 [unpaged] 911/375 



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Office for Children, continued 

Community Development Program 

Community Development Manual, Volume I. 1988 [var. pag.] 
913/287 

Community Development Manual, Volume II. 1988 [var. pag.] 
913/288 

Eastern Middlesex Council 

Manual, n.d. [var. pag.] 913/289 

Education Unit 

•»«766 Advocacy Training Program. 1976 [var. pag.] 914/352 

Families for Foster Children 

Foster Parenting Troubled Adolescents. 1979 55 p. 
913/290 

Hampshire Council 

Massachusetts Pediatric Nursing Home Standards: A Study in 
Benign Neglect. 1980 [var. pag.] 914/353 

Juvenile Justice Partnership Project 

Blackstone Valley Action Plan. 1990 19 p. 914/354 

Boston Action Plan. 1990 24 p. 914/355 

Brockton Action Plan. 1990 26 p. 914/356 

Cape Cod Action Plan. 1990 18 p. 914/357 

Fall River Action Plan. 1990 20 p. 914/358 

Fitchburg Action Plan. 1990 21 p. 914/359 

Lawrence Action Plan. 1990 27 p. 914/360 

Lynn Action Plan. 1990 26 p. 914/361 

Mystic Valley Action Plan. 1990 27 p. 914/362 

Report. 1990 43 p. 914/363 

Taunton/Attleboro Action Plan. 1990 14 p. 914/364 

Worcester Action Plan. 1990 19 p. 914/365 



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Office for Children, continued 

Plymouth Council for Children 

School Age Transportation Needs 1988 - 1989. n.d. [var. pag.] 
9U/366 

Program and Community Development Unit 

Children's Services Needs Assessment 1979. 1979 88 p. 
9U/367 

Project Children at Risk 

•♦•Representing the Abused and Neglected Child in Massachusetts, 
Revised Edition. By Barry L. Mintzer and John P. Casaly 1980 
[var. pag.] 913/291 

Region I. 

Needs Assessment Annual Report 1980. 1980 [var. pag.] 
913/292 

Region II 

75A Grove Street, Worcester, MA 01605 

Adolescents on the Wards at Worcester State Hospital: A 
Follow-Up Review, n.d. [var. pag.] 913/293 

Annual Report FY86. n.d. [var. pag.] 913/294 

Annual Report Fy87. n.d. 81 p. 914/368 

Family Day Care Needs Assessment. 1984 69 p. 914/369 

Help for Children & Interagency Team Interim Report July 1, 1987 
- December 31, 1987. 1987 [var. pag.] p. 913/295 

Region III. Psychiatric Bed Needs Task Force 

Psychiatric Bed Needs for Children and Adolescents. 1985 
[var. pag.] 913/296 

Region III. Regional Administrators' Committee 

Addressing the Treatment Needs of Juvenile Sex Offenders in 
Massachusetts. 1987 [var. pag.] 913/297 

Directory of Treatment Services for Juvenile Sex Offenders in 
Massachusetts. 1987 91 p. 913/298 

Directory of Treatment Services for Victims of Child Sexual 
Abuse. 1987 88 p. 913/299 



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Office for Children, Region III. Regional Administrator's 
Committee, continued 

Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services for Children 
and Adolescents: A Region III Perspective. I986 [var. pag.] 
913/300 

Regions III and IVA. Institutional Review Committee 

Report on Gaebler Children's Center. I985 [var. pag.] 
913/301 

Region IV 

Community Initiatives for Children and Youth: A Resource 
Directory. 1988 IO8 p. 914/370 

•••Legislative Advocacy Handbook. I988 95 p. 914/371 

Region V 

Annual Report FY84. By Jean Peterson and Charles Sullivan 
n.d. [unpaged] 913/302 

Annual Report FY85. n.d. 39 p. 913/303 

Annual Report FY86. n.d. 31 p. 913/304 

Interagency Team Annual Report FY85. By Jean Peterson and 
Charles Sullivan n.d. 19 p. 913/305 

Interagency Team Annual Report FY86. By Jean Peterson and 
Charles Sullivan n.d. 23 p. 913/306 

Interagency Team Annual Report FY88. By Mary Gendron and 
Charles Sullivan n.d. 26 p. 913/307 

Public Opinion on Family Needs in the Taunton Area. 1987 
[var. pag.] 914/372 

Southeastern Regional Office 

•••Planning for the Changing Needs of the Children in Southeastern 
Massachusetts, Executive Summary. 1987 [unpaged] 913/308 

Springfield Area 

All Our Children: A Profile; East Longmeadow, Hampden, 
Longmeadow, Springfield and Wilbraham. 1984 124 p. 913/309 

Statewide Advisory Council 

Annual Report 1979. 1979 [unpaged] 913/310 



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Office for Children, Statewide Advisory Council, continued 

Children's Budget: FY92. 1991 142 p. 912/295 

Task Force on Children's Services 

Report and Recommendations for a Comprehensive Service System 
for Children and Adolescents in the Marlborough/Westborough Area. 
1987 [unpaged] 913/311 

Office for Gifted and Talented 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Year-Round & School-Year Opportunities for Gifted and Talented 
Students. 1986 70 p. 914/373 

Office for Nonsmoking and Health 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Smoking: Death, Disease and Dollars. 1991 [var. pag.] 
[Copies are available from the agency at the above address.] 
914/374 \^S^o,'XQB.\ S/Y.7S 

Office for Refugees and Immigrants 

Two Boylston Street, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02116 

Demographic Update, Volume 1, No. 1, Fall 1990. 1990 25 p. 
911/376 

Transition Report. 1990 [unpaged] 911/377 

ftX'.a: Tee 

Office for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

State Plan to Address the Educational Needs of Homeless Children 
and Youth (First Draft). I989 30 p. 913/312 

EOS7.a'. iS-f A*i/qii 

Office of Business Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Financial Resources Directory 1991. n.d. 154 p. 
913/313 



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Office of Campaign and Political Finance 

One Ashburton Place, Room 411, Boston, MA 02108 



Advisory Opinion 
914/375 

Advisory Opinion 
AO-91-04 913/314 

Advisory Opinion 
913/315 

Advisory Opinion 
A0-91-20 914/376 

Advisory Opinion 
914/377 

Advisory Opinion 
2 p. AO-91-27 9 

Advisory Opinion 

Advisory Opinion 
913/317 

Advisory Opinion 
913/318 

Advisory Opinion 
1990 4 p. AO-90-30 

Advisory Opinion 
AO-91-08 913/320 

Advisory Opinion 

Advisory Opinion 

Advisory Opinion 
913/322 

Advisory Opinion 
914/380 

Advisory Opinion 
4 p. AO-91-09 9 



A. Joseph DeNucci). 1991 4 p. AO-91-26 

American Cancer Society). 1991 2 p. 

Betty J. Diener). 1990 3 p. AO-90-27 

Campaign for Massachusetts Future). 1991 5 p. 

Citizens for Joe Malone). 1991 3 p. AO-91-23 ^ 

Committee to Elect Maura Hennigan Casey). 1991 
4/378 

Common Cause). 1990 3 p. A0-90-23 913/316 

Goldstein & Manello). 1991 4 p. AO-91-05 

Gorman Associates). 1990 2 p. AO-90-26 



Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce). 
913/319 

Hampshire County Sheriff's Office). 1991 3 p. 



John J. Lyons). 1991 5 p. A0-91-10 913/321 
MASSPIRG). 1991 5 p. AO-91-21 914/379 
Paul McCarthy). 1991 4 p. AO-91-13 

Paul A. Melkonian). 1991 2 p. AO-91-16 

Physician's Political Committee). 1991 
3/323 



Advisory Opinion (Representative David J. Lionett). 1991 2 p. 
AO-91-15 914/381 yii P )% < ^ > »Y\47 



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Office of Campaign and Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Jonathan L. Healy). 1991 

3 p. AO-91-22 914/382 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Kevin O'Sullivan). 1991 3 p. 
AO-91-01 913/324 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Robert A. Antonioni). 1991 

4 p. AO-91-24 914/383 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Robert Kraus). 1991 2 p. 
AO-91-07 913/325 

Advisory Opinion (Republican Redistricting Task Force). 1991 
12 p. AO-91-12 [Appendix includes AO-89-27] 913/326 

Advisory Opinion (Republican State Committee). 1990 2 p. 
AO-909-33 913/327 

Advisory Opinion (Ritchie, Ennis, Seewald & Collins, P.C.). 
1991 2 p. AO-91-03 913/328 

Advisory Opinion (Rogers & Wells). 1991 3 P- AO-91-02 
913/329 

Advisory Opinion (Senator Arthur Chase). 1991 3 P- AO-91-11 
913/330 

Advisory Opinion (Senator Henri S. Rauschenbach) . 1991 3 p. 
AO-91-06 913/331 

Advisory Opinion (Senator John F. Parker Portrait Committee), 
Revised March 12, 1991. 1990 3 p. AO-90-29 913/332 

Advisory Opinion (Shawmut Bank, N.A.). 1991 4 p. AO-91-14 
914/384 f) f 1%,"^: \^(2 

Advisory Opinion (Sherin and Lodgen). 1990 3 p. AO-90-32 
913/334 

Advisory Opinion (Town Clerk - Duxbury). 1991 4 p. AO-91-18 
914/385 

Advisory Opinion (Town Clerk - Hingham). 1991 4 p. AO-91-19 
914/386 

Advisory Opinion (Town Clerk - Kingston). 1990 3 p. AO-90-31 
913/335 

Advisory Opinion (Town Clerk - Winchester). 1990 2 p. A0-90-25 
913/336 



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Office of Campaign and Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Town of Carlisle Finance Committee). 1990 
4 p. AO-90-24 913/337 

Advisory Opinion (Town of Ludlow - Finance Committee). 1991 
3 p. AO-91-17 914/387 fl f ^ ,^ '< ^ c 

Advisory Opinion (William E. Fargo). 1990 4 p. AO-90-28 
913/338 

Interpretive Bulletin: Disclosure and Reporting of Contributions 
and/or Expenditures Related to Ballot Questions. 1990 5 p. 
OCPF-IB-108 913/339 

List of Non-Filers during 1990 Submitted to the Attorney 
General's Office. 1991 5 p. 912/296 

Pi f a.a.' Oc ^. 

Memorandum: Application of the Pay-Back Formula for Recipients 
of Limited Public Financing. 1986 1 p. OCPF-M-110 913/340 

Memorandum: Ballot Question Expenditures by Non-Profit 
Corporations. 1986 1 p. OCPF-M-104 913/341 

Memorandum: Disposition of Certain Assets. 1984 1 p. 
OCPF-M-103 913/342 

Memorandum: Transfer of Funds between a Candidate's State 
Political Committee and Federal Political Committee, Issued 1/23/84 
and Revised 3/1/91. 1991 6 p. OCPF-M-102 913/343 

Registered Multi-Candidate Committees in Massachusetts. 1991 
[unpaged] 913/344 

Report of Campaign Finance Activity by Multi-Candidate 
Committees (PACs) in Massachusetts during 1989 and 1990. 1991 
8 p. 912/297 j^s^ nA-9.^^'' I'''--''' - "^^ 

Report on the Limited Public Financing System for Statewide 
Campaigns in Massachusetts for the 1990 Election. 1991 19 p. 
911/378 ft rr^. a,. P. s^^f^ HSiO 

Senate Spending Figures for 1990 Election. 1991 [unpaged] 
911/379 

Office of Educational Equity 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

School Choice in Massachusetts: Answering the Critics. 
By Charles L. Glenn 1990 22 p. 913/345 



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Office of Educational Equity, continued 

School Choice: Doing it Right; Answers for Policy-Makers. 
By Charles L. Glenn 1991 41 p. 913/346 

^0^3 /I: ^-Sc G5 

Statistical Report on Statewide Desegregation. 1989 18 p. 
[This is the Department's annual report.] 913/347 

Why Are They So Afraid of School Choice? (and What They Could 
Learn from Massachusetts). By Charles L. Glenn 1991 49 p. 
913/348 ED ^3.01' V€A 

Office of Educational Technologies 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

•••Massachusetts Educational Television Program Guide 1991-92. 
1991 48 p. 913/349 

•••Update: Massachusetts Educational Television, May 1991. 1991 
9 p. 913/350 

Office of Employee Relations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Alliance, 
AFSCME/SEIU, AFL-CIO July 1, 1990 - June 30, 1993. 1990 224 p. 
912/298 A-f n,^'. <:?3/£ 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Coalition 
of Public Safety (Unit 5) July 1, 1988 - June 30, 1990. 1991 
106 p. 912/299 fl f IH.A. C72./^ 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Metropolitan 
Police Patrolmen's Union and Affiliated, Local 55 a/w the 
International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen 
and Helpers of America July 1, 1991 - June 30, 1993. 1991 84 p, 
912/300 Pj f (4,a: C73; ;: 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the National 
Association of Government Employees (Local R1-207), June 28, 
1987 - June 30, I989. n.d. [var. pag.] 912/301^ 

f^ f 14 2\ c 73/^ r 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the National 
Association of Government Employees (Local R1-207) July 1, 
1990 - June 30, 1993. 1991 [var. pag. 3 912/303 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the National 
Association of Government Employees (Unit 3, Local RI-219), 
July 1, 1990 - June 30, 1993. 1991 98 p. 912/302 



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Office of Employee Relations, continued 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the National 
Association of Government Employees (NAGE), (Locals R1-283,RI-290, 
and RI-292), July 1, 1990 - June 30, 1993- 1991 124 p. 
912/304 ^Jf |H.:i;c n 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State Police 
Association of Massachusetts (Unit 5A) July 1, 1988 - June 30, 
1990. ,987 71 P. 512/30^ ^^^_^. ^,3^^ 

Implementation of the Non-Economic Provisions of the July 1 , 

1990 to June 30, 1993 Commonwealth-Alliance, Commonwealth-NAGE 
and Commonwealth-MOSES Collective Bargaining Agreements Covering 
Employees in Bargaining Units 1, 2, 3f 6, 8, 9 and 10. 1991 3 p. 
911/380 

Layoff and Bumping Agreements Covering Employees in Bargaining 
Units 1, 3 and 6. 1991 6 p. 911/381 

•Pi FR .9.* CH ^ 

Memorandum of Agreement between the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
and the Massachusetts Organization of State Engineers and 
Scientists (MOSES) July 1, 1990 - June 30, 1993. 1991 59 p. 

Transition Report 1983 - 1990. 1990 42 p. 912/307 

Office of Energy Programs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Cold Relief, Winter 1991 - 1992: Energy Assistance Programs. 

1991 2 p. 914/388 

Office of Handicapped Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Transition Report. 1990 30 p. 912/308 

Office of International Trade 

100 Cambridge Street, Suite 902, Boston, MA 02202 

•••Massachusetts International EnvironTech Directory: Directory 
of Environmental and Energy Companies. 1990 33 p. Export 90's 
Publication 911/382 ^^ f r^ ■ t-ixS^lfc^ 

•••Massachusetts International Export Services Guide. 1990 93 p. 
Export 90's Publication 911/383 ^ /c» 

•••Massachusetts International Information Technology Directory. 
1990 141 p. Export 90's Publication 911/384 



112 



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Office of International Trade and Investment 

100 Cambridge Street, Suite 902, Boston, MA 02202 

Executive Summary 1985. n.d. 9 p. 911/385 

Massachusetts International Annual Report 1989. n.d. 16 p. 
911/386 

Massachusetts International Annual Report 1990. 1990 12 p. 
911/387 

•••Massachusetts International Biomed Directory. 1990 118 p. 
Export 90»s Publication 911/388 

-.[1 + / ,a.'. fA&S 13/ *3<JO 

Office of Management Information Systems 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Bureau of Computer Service 

Natural Security Standards, Naming Conventions and Forms. 
1990 [unpaged] 911/389 

Office of Technology Planning 

Part I Executive Summary: Information Technology Plan for 
Massachusetts Managing Information in the 1990s; Customer Service, 
Productivity, Leadership. 1990 9 p. [4th Draft] 911/390 

Part II Initiatives: Information Technology Plan for 
Massachusetts Managing Information in the 1990s; Customer Service, 
Productivity, Leadership. 1990 31 p. [Draft] 911/391 

Part III Building on Existing Efforts, Technical Infrastructure 
& Agency Initiatives: Information Technology Plan for Massachusetts 
Managing Information in the 1990s; Customer Service, Productivity, 
Leadership. 1990 7 p. [Draft] 911/392 

Transition Report. 1990 37 p. 912/309 

Office of Nutrition 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Office of Statistics and Evaluation 

Annual Report FY90: Nutrition Counts, Massachusetts Nutrition 
Surveillance System. By Jean L. Wiecha et al. 1991 31 p. 
911/393 

Southeastern Massachusetts Nutrition Task Force 
Directory. 1990 25 p. 911/394 



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Office of Nutrition, continued 

Statistics and Evaluation Unit 

Pediatric Pilot of the Massachusetts Nutrition Surveillance 
System: Analysis and Recommendations. By Catherine Boisvert 
Walsh and Lauren Koumjian 1986 [var. pag.] 914/389 

Office of Real Property 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1512, Boston, MA 02108 

Surplus Property List and Location Maps. n.d. [unpaged] 

Office of the Commissioner of Probation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 405, Boston, MA 02108 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 1, June 1991. 1991 4 p. 
[Replaces Probation Journal] 913/351 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 2, November 1991. 1991 4 p. 
914/390 

Office of the Commissioner of Veterans* Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Telephone and Mailing Directory of Veterans' Agents and 
Directors. 1990 25 p. 911/395 

Transition Report. 1990 [unpaged] 911/396 

Office of the Comptroller 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Statutory Basis Financial Report 
for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1990. 1991 158 p. See also: 
1991 House Doc 500 [In previous years this information was part 
of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. Copies are 
available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, 
MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/397 

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended 

June 30, 1990. 1991 136 p. See also: 1991 House Doc 500 

[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 911/398 

Eight Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 [unpaged] 

912/311 ^^^- j^ ':j', £ , 4s 



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Office of the Comptroller, continued 

Expenditure Classification Handbook. 1991 [var. pag.] 
[This replaces the FYgi handbook. Copies are available in the 
State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-283^.] 912/312 ^, ^. ^ ^ .^ , ,.^^ -^ ^ y^^. 

FY91 Closing Instructions MMARS. 1991 25 p. 913/352 

FY92 Opening Instructions MMARS. 1991 [var. pag.] 913/353 

Handbook: New Regulations, Forms, Boilerplate and Checklists 
MMARS Memo #147. 1991 [var. pag.] 912/313 

Preliminary Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 
1991. 1991 199 p. 913/354 

Office of the Inspector General 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Audit Services Procurement by the Massachusetts Department of 
Public Works. 1991 21 p. 914/391 

Letter regarding MASS MoCA (Museum of Contemporary Art). By 
John R. Barresi 1990 3 p. 911/399 

Letter to Representative Thomas M. Finneran, Chairman, House 
Committee on Ways and Means regarding 1991 House Doc 5010. By 
Joseph R. Barresi 1991 5 p. 911/400 

■X cr » . a ■. I ■' '■■■ i / &, 

Letter to Representative Thomas M. Finneran, Chairman House 
Committee on Ways and Means regarding 1991 House Doc 5325 
(Transportation Bond Bill). By Joseph R. Barresi 1991 8 p. 
912/314 ^^ 1^^- ■i^3i'X 

Letter to the Chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee 
regarding 1991 House Doc 6212 ("repair plates"). By Robert A. 
Cerasoli 1991 4 p. 914/392 ^, 

XC3 l.^\ 6 6 7/X 

Letter to the Joint Committee on Local Affairs regarding 
1989 House Doc 5639: A School Management Contract between the 
City of Chelsea and Boston University. By Joseph R. Barresi 
1989 2 p. 912/315 

Letter to the Secretary of Administration and Finance regarding 
MASS MoCA Cultural Development Commission. 1991 4 p. 911/401 

X ^ ' A '. L S 6 

The Massachusetts Turnpike Authority: Self-Preservation at the 
Expense of Taxpayer Interests. 1991 61 p. 914/393 

t -r i. 'i ■ 1V3'"' 

Report on the Proposed Development of Greylock Glen. 1991 41 p, 
911/402 -^ G. ,_2,; p,A<^S;u 



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Office of the Inspector General, continued 

Tenth Annual Report 1990. 1991 32 p. 912/316 

Office of the Lieutenant Governor 

Room 259, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Inaugural Remarks of Lieutenant Governor Paul Celluci. 1991 
5 p. [Delivered at the State House, House Chamber, January 3, 1991] 
911/403 ej.a-XnJ 

The Blueprint 2000 Project 

Blueprint 2000 Committee Report on Housing, n.d. 36 p. 
911/404 

Blueprint 2000 Health Care Report, Executive Summary, n.d. 
54 p. 911/405 

Blueprint 2000 Housing Committee: Summary of Recommendations, 
n.d. 3 p. 911/406 

Blueprint 2000: A View from Municipalities, n.d. 11 p. 
911/407 

The Commonwealth Campaign for Children: A Vision of Strength, 
Independence and Opportunity for Our Youth (Draft), n.d [unpaged] 
[Preliminary report of the Youth Subcommittee, Human Support 
Committee] 911/408 

Transportation Blueprint for the 1990's and Beyond. I989 13 p. 
911/409 

Zero Discharge: A Goal for Survival. I989 19 p. [Remarks 
made by Lieutenant Governor Evelyn Murphy at the New England 
Environmental Conference, Tufts University, March 18, I989] 
911/410 

Zero Pollutant Discharge: Goal for Survival. I989 7 p. 
911/411 

Office of the Secretary of State 

Room 337, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Annual Report 1987 - 1990. n.d. [unpaged] 913/355 
Information for Voters 1978. 1978 17 p. 911/412 



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Office of the Secretary of State, continued 

Tours and Government Education Division 

The Massachusetts State House: A Guide to a Walking Tour and 
a Short but Interesting History of the Building, n.d. 13 p. 
914/394 cSii (^rx ' mS l/zo 

Office of the State Fire Marshal 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215-1201 

Massachusetts Burn Injury Reporting System 1990 (M-BIRS): 
Statistical Report. 1991 59 p. 912/317 

Office of Travel and Tourism 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts 1990 Fall Calendar of Events and Fall Foliage 
Guide, n.d. 28 p. 911/413 

***The Spirit of Massachusetts Guidebook. 1991 144 p. 
912/319 

Spring/Summer 1991 Calendar of Events and Whale Watch Guide, 
n.d. 36 p. 912/318 

The Visitor Industry in Massachusetts: Strategic Recommendations, 
By Stacey S. Marx et al. 1991 36 p. [Prepared by the Taubman 
Center for State and Local Government at the John F. Kennedy 
School of Government, Harvard University] 912/320 

Office on Disability 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1305, Boston, MA 02108 

A System in Collapse: Integration of Disabled Persons; A 
Case for Community Living. By Barbara E. Lybarger 1991 18 p. 
913/356 Dl.:^', Sy^7 

Old Colony Planning Council 

70 School Street, Brockton, MA 02401 

Annual Report 1990-91. n.d. [unpaged] 914/395 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 9, no. 1, Winter 1991. 1991 4 p. 911/414 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 9, no. 2, Spring 1991. 1991 4 p. 912/321 



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Old Colony Planning Council, continued 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter: vol. 9, no. 4, Autumn 1991. 1991 4 p. 914/396 

Transit Directory for the Old Colony Region. By Timothy J. 
Kochan and Joanne E. Smith 1991 Cvar. pag.] 911/415 

Old Colony Metropolitan Planning Organization 

Unified Work Program for Transportation and Transportation- 
Related Planning Activities during 198? through 1988. 1987 39 p. 
914/397 

Unified Work Program for Transportation and Transportation- 
Related Planning Activities during 1988 through 1989. 1988 43 p. 
914/398 

Unified Work Program for Transportation and Transportation- 
Related Planning Activities during 1989 through 1990. 1989 44 p, 
914/399 

Unified Work Program for Transportation and Transportation- 
Related Planning Activities during 1990 through 1991. 1990 47 p. 
914/400 

Outdoor Advertising Board 

10 Park Plaza, Room 7141, Boston, MA 02116-3973 

Annual Report Calendar Year 1990. 1991 6 p. 911/416 

Parole Board 

Fort Point Place, 27-43 Wormwood Street, Boston, MA 02210-1606 

Annual Statistical Report 1989: Institutional Hearings and 
Field Service Caseloads. By Richard Lunden et al. n.d. 65 p. 
913/357 

Board Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 2, July 1989. 1989 6 p. 
913/358 

Board Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 3, October 1990. 1990 12 p. 
913/359 

Board Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 4, March 1991. 1991 8 p. 
913/360 

Transition Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/417 



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Passenger Safety Program 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Update, Summer I989. 1989 6 p. 913/361 

Pension Reserves Investment Trust Fund 

200 State Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report for the Year Ended June 30, I989. n.d. 32 p. 
913/362 

•••Annual Report for the Year Ended June 30, 1990. 1990 32 p. 
913/363 

Note; The Prim Portfolio ceased as of July 1989. 

February 1987 Prim Portfolio, vol. II, no. 1. I987 6 p. 
911/418 

June 1987 Prim Portfolio, vol. II, no. 3. 1987 6 p. 
9II/MI9 

January 1988 Prim Portfolio, vol. Ill, no. 1. I988 6 p. 
911/420 

July 1988 Prim Portfolio, vol. IV, no. 3. 1988 5 p. 
911/421 

March I989 Prim Portfolio. I989 6 p. 911/422 

July 1989 Prim Portfolio. 1989 4 p. 911/423 

Real Estate Report. 1991 16 p. [Prepared by Pension 
Consulting Alliance] 913/364 

Pesticide Bureau 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Mobil Pipe Line Company Five Year Vegetation Management Plan. 
1990 56 p. [Includes maps] 912/322 

Photovoltaic Center 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02108 

•••Photovoltaic Resources: Applications, Utilization and Assessment; 
A Guidebook for Policy Planners. 1990 256 p. 911/424 



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Pioneer Valley Planning Commission 

26 Central Street, West Springfield, MA 01089 

Transit 1990's Task Force 

A Strategic Plan for the Next Decade. 1991 4 p. [This is 
the transit part of the Regional Transportation Plan.] 912/324 

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority 

26 Central Street, West Springfield, MA 01089 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 20 p. 911/425 

In Transit, The Newsletter of the Pioneer Valley Transit 
Authority, No. 19, March 1991. 1991 4 p. 912/323 

Public Records Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1719, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: Copies of the following documents from the Public Records 
Division are available from the State Bookstore, Room, 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834. 

Legislative Agents & Employers: Addendum to March 31, 1990 
Lobbyist List. 1990 9 p. 911/426 

Legislative Agents & Employers January 1, 1990 - November 29, 

1990. 1990 132 p. 911/427 

Legislative Agents & Employers January 1, 1991 - March 31, 1991 
1991 142 p. 912/325 

Legislative Agents & Employers January 1, 1991 - September 30, 

1991. 1991 181 p. 914/401 

Legislative Agents & Employers Disclosed Salaries 1990. 1991 
168 p. 911/428 

Quinsigamond Community College 

670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA 01606 

Catalog 1991. 1991 80 p. 914/402 

Rate Setting Commission 

Two Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

***Is Geography Destiny? An Analysis of Home Health Productivity 
Across Massachusetts. By Francine Shapiro et al. 1987 15 p. 



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Rate Setting Commission, continued 

Prospective Case-Mix Payment System, n.d. 21 p. 911/^30 

Hs no. a; p'm 

Transition Report: A Report for the Consideration of the 
Incoming Administration. 1990 77 p. 911/431 

Hospital Bureau 

Proposal for Financing and Public Policy Initiatives on Health 
Care Cost Management. 1990 8 p. 911/^32 

Regents Computer Network 

75 Arlington Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 02116 
Note: This agency is now known as the Education Computer Network. 

Users Services 

Network News, Summer 1991. 1991 2 p. 913/365 

Registry of Motor Vehicles 

100 Nashua Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Commercial Drivers License Manual. 1990 [var. pag.] 

Registry of Vital Records and Statistics 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report 1988: Vital Statistics of Massachusetts. 1990 
163 p. Public Document 1 911/433 

Funeral Directors' Handbook: Death Registration, Revised. 
1989 38 p. 914/403 

Rehabilitation Commission 

27-43 Wormwood Street, Suite 600, Boston, MA 02110-1606 

Annual Report Fy89: The Rehabilitation Partnership, n.d. 
44 p. [There was no report done in 1988.] 912/326 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 38 p. 911/434 

Dental Resource Registry for People with Developmental 
Disabilities. 1990 [var. pag. 3 [Prepared in conjunction 
with Boston University, Goldman School of Graduate Denistry] 
911/435 



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Rehabilitation Commission, continued 

Initial Transition Report. 1990 [var. pag.] [Includes 
Annual Report 1990 (Draft); FY9I Service Contract Update; 
Letter from the Commissioner regarding budget reductions] 
911/436 

Rehab Ripples, Winter I988. 1988 5 p. 913/367 

Rehab Ripples, Summer 1988. 1988 8 p. 913/368 

Rehab Ripples, Winter I989. 1989 6 p. 913/369 

Rehab Ripples, Summer 1989. 1989 8 p. 913/370 

Rehab Ripples, Spring 1990. 1990 6 p. 913/371 

Rehab Ripples, December 1990. 1990 9 P- 913/372 

Rehab Ripples, July 1991. 1991 10 p. 913/373 

Library 

Bibliography on Americans with Disabilities Act October, 
1991. By June C. Holt 1991 10 p. 914/404 

Salem State College 

352 Lafayette Street, Salem, MA 01970-5353 

Catalog: Graduate & Continuing Education Fall 1991. n.d. 
71 p. 914/405 



Graduate and Continuing Education 
Catalog Spring 1992. n.d. 71 p. 



914/406 



Soldiers* Home 

Powderhorn Hill, Chelsea, MA 02150 

Transition Report. 1990 [unpaged] 



913/374 



Southeastern Massachusetts University Building Authority 

Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Annual Report for the Period of July 1, 1990 - June 30, 1991. 
1991 2 p. 914/407 

Financial Statements and Report of Independent Certified Public 
Accountants 1991. 1991 12 p. [Prepared by: J.G. Hodgson & Company, 
Inc.] 914/408 



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Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District 

88 Broadway, Taunton, MA 02780 

Annual Report 1985 - 1986. n.d. 13 p. 914/409 

Annual Report 1986 - 1987. n.d. 9 p. 914/410 

Annual Report 1988: 20 Years Serving the Region, n.d. 8 p. 
914/411 V3.^Rl// 

Annual Report 1989. n.d. 9 p. 914/412 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 1 p. 914/413 

Annual Report 1991. n.d. 8 p. 914/414 

Southeastern Massachusetts Metropolitan Planning Organization 

Transportation Improvement Program FY9I (October 1, 1990 - 
September 30, 1991. By Roland J. Hebert et al. 1990 [var. pag.] 
914/415 

State Board of Retirement 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Memorandum: Answers to Retirement Questions. 1991 7 p. 

State Bookstore 

Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Catalog, Spring/Summer 1991. 1991 63 p. 913/376 

State College Building Authority 

136 Lincoln Street, Boston, MA 02111 

1988 February - Spring Semester: Report on the Status of 
Occupancy and Operation of State College Residence Halls. 1988 

3 p. 914/416 

1988 September - Fall Semester: Report on the Status of 
Occupancy and Operation of State College Residence Halls. I988 

4 p. 914/417 

1989 February - Spring Semester: Report on the Status of 
Occupancy and Operation of State College Residence Halls. I989 

5 p. 914/418 



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state College Building Authority, continued 

1989 September - Fall Semester: Report on the Status of 
Occupancy and Operation of State College Residence Halls. I989 

2 p. 91A/419 

1990 February - Spring Semester: Report on the Status of 
Occupancy and Operation of State College Residence Halls. 1990 
5 p. 9U/420 

1990 September - Fall Semester: Report on the Status of 
Occupancy and Operation of State College Residence Halls. 1991 
U p. 914/il21 

1991 February - Spring Semester: Report on the Status of 
Occupancy and Operation of State College Residence Halls. 1991 
4 p. 914/422 

1991 September - Fall Semester: Report on the Status of 
Occupancy and Operation of State College Residence Halls. 1991 

3 p. 914/423 

Annual Report for the Period January 1, 1990 through December 31, 
1990. n.d. 6 p. 911/437 

Financial Statements for the Six Months Ended December 31, 1990 
and 1989. 1991 12 p. 911/438 

Financial Statements for the Year Ended June 30, 1991. 1991 
17 p. 914/424 

State Colleges 

c/o Board of Regents of Higher Education, One Ashburton Place, 
Boston, MA 02108 

Volume #1 A Report Concerning the State Colleges of 
Massachusetts: Past, Present and Future. By Howard London et al. 
1990 37 p. [Copies are available from the Massachusetts College 
of Art, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115.] 912/327 

Volume #2 A Report Concerning the State Colleges of 
Massachusetts: Past, Present and Future. By Howard London et al. 
1990 220 p. [Copies are available from the Massachusetts College 
of Art, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115.] 912/328 

Volume #3 A Report Concerning the State Colleges of 
Massachusetts: Past, Present and Future. By Howard London et al. 
1990 422 p. [Copies are available from the Massachusetts College 
of Art, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115.] 912/329 



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state Council on Vocational Education 

Room 51, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Access to Vocational-Technical Education in Massachusetts. 
By Lee Teitel 1989 Cvar. pag.] [Includes Executive Summary] 
911/^39 BOS&,7K\ f\cX\ 

Middle School Vocational Guidance: Current Practices in 
Massachusetts. By Abigail T. Slayton and Thomas Shaughnessy 
1990 6 p. 911/4^10 

State Ethics Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Room 619, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report Fy90. 1990 16 p. 911/441 

Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 3, June 1991. 1991 15 p. 913/377 

Commission Fact Sheet: Former State Employees Serving as 
Legislative Agents. 1990 2 p. 911/442 

Stl.^\ c-7 3 

Educational Materials List for County/Municipal/State Employees 
and Officials. 1990 2 p. 911/443 

State Library 

Room 341, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Eight Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 [unpaged] 
911/444 

Privatization. 1991 8 p. [Bibliography] 914/425 

The State Library of Massachusetts: A History. 1990 
[unpaged] [Revised and Reissued] 911/445 

State Lottery Commission 

15 Rockdale Street, Braintree, MA 02184 

Annual Report 1988. n.d. [unpaged] 914/426 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 9 p. 914/427 

Charitable Gaming Annual Report 1990. 1991 17 p. 912/330 

Sales Report 1989. n.d. [unpaged] 911/446 

Sales Report 1990. n.d. 8 p. 911/447 

A Summary of the Massachusetts State Lottery Games for I989. 
n.d. [unpaged] 914/428 



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state Office of Affirmative Action 

One Ashburton Place, Room 303, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report to the Governor 1988: Analysis and Statistics 
for State Government Employment. 1988 117 p. 911/448 

Annual Report to the Governor 1989: Workforce Report, 
Executive Branch Employment. 1990 [var. pag.] 911/449 

Annual Report to the Governor 1990: Executive Branch 
Employment. 1991 [var. pag.] 911/450 

Eight Year Record and Transition Report. 1990 34 p. 
913/378 

State Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance 

100 Cambridge Street, 13th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Directory Addendum from January 1, 1990 through December 31 i 
1990. n.d. 43 p. 912/331 

CO l€ ^ ; 5-t a,q/ A l^^^oj o^i^ , 

State Police 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

Policy and Procedure Manual, n.d. [var. pag.] 913/379 

Statewide Comprehensive Injury Prevention Program 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Berkshire Medical Center Description of Injury Discharges. 
1991 23 P. 9U/429^.^^^^^, ^,, 

Carney Hospital: Description of Injury Discharges. 1991 
24 p. 913/380 VHSJ^O.S^O', C'jJ 

Research and Evaluation Inventory 1979 - 1991. 119 24 p. 

914/430 H5 5c>,a. \ s^ aa/av 

Injury Prevention Resource Library (IPRL) 

Recent Acquisitions, Issue 2, October 1990. 1990 20 p. 
911/451 



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Supreme Judicial Court 

1300 New Court House, Boston, MA 02108 

Report of Special Master and Commissioner: In the Matter of 
the Boston Municipal Court Department of the Trial Court. 
By Paul R. Sugarman 1991 264 p. No. SJC-OE-085 912/332 

***Appendix Report of Special Master and Commissioner: In the 
Matter of the Boston Municipal Court Department of the Trial 
Court. By Paul R. Sugarman 199I [var. pag.] No. SJC-OE-085 

Committee for Gender Equality 

Annual Report. 1991 17 p. 913/381 

•••Opening Doors: Model Projects, Providing Advocacy to Victims 
of Domestic Violence Seeking Relief in Eastern Massachusetts 
Courts. 1991 10 p. 913/382 -J I . 1 ^ i^. , j.. ^ . 

Committee on the Future of the Courts 

Report on the Organization and Administration of the Courts. 
1991 13 p. [Prepared by the Massachusetts Judges Conference 
Subcommittee] 913/383 

Office of the Chief Administrative Justice 

Report for Year Seven July 6, 1990 - July 5, 1991: The 
Judicial Response System. 1991 11 p. 913/384 

Office of the Chief Justice 

State of the Judiciary Address. By Paul J. Liacos 1991 
14 p. [Presented before the Massachusetts Bar Association on 
January 25, 1991] 911/452 

Public Information Office 

218 Old Courthouse, Boston, MA 02108 

Statement of the Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court 
Regarding the Office of the Chief Administrative Justice of the 
Trial Court. 1991 8 p. 913/385 

Statement of the Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court 
Relative to the Reduction of Judicial Branch Personnel. 1991 
2 p. 911/453 

Statement of the Trial Court Leadership to the Supreme Judicial 
Court Relative to Court Reform. 1991 9 p. 914/431 

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Technology Development Corporation 

131 State Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. ^^ p. 913/386 



Thrift Fund 

50 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report 1990. 1991 16 p. 911/455 

The Thrift Institutions Fund for Economic Development: 
Financial Statements, Years Ended June 30, 1988 and 1987. 1988 

9 p. [Prepared by Wolf & Company] 911/456 

The Thrift Institutions Fund for Economic Development: 
Financial Statements, Years Ended June 30, 1989 and 1988. 1989 

10 p. [Prepared by Wolf & Company] 911/457 

The Thrift Institutions Fund for Economic Development: 
Financial Statements, Years Ended June 30, 1990 and 1989. 1990 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by Peat Marwick] 911/458 

Trial Court 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

Office of the Chief Administrative Justice 

Record Retention Schedule Guidelines for the Retention of 
Administrative Records and Case Papers. 1991 35 p. 914/432 

Review of Management and Operations Procedures relating to 
Work Hours for Suffolk County Superior Court Court Officers and 
Letters from Judge Arthur M. Mason to Chief Justice Liacos 
regarding same. 1991 [var. pag.] 912/334 

Special Commission on Probate and Family Court Procedures 
Relating to Divorce. Child Custody and Family Violence 

Report. 1981 106 p. 914/433 

Turnpike Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Annual Report I989. n.d. 63 p. 912/335 
•••Annual Report 1990. 1991 60 p. 913/387 

A Brief Transition Report, n.d. 9 p. 911/459 
MassPike State Transportation Map. 1991 1 P. 913/388 



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University of Massachusetts 

Amherst, MA 01003 

Maurice A. Donahue Institute for Governmental Services 

A Manual for Town Clerks in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
Volume 5: Registrars/Election Commissions, Voter Registration, 
Nominations, Petitions. I989 451 p. 911/460 

VA.VVN S© ( , a rr\ G]^ 
Office of the University Comptroller 

1988 Financial Report. I988 25 p. 9111/434 

1989 Financial Report. 1989 18 p. 914/435 

1990 Financial Report. 1990 44 p. 914/436 
Financial Report 1989. n.d. 18 p. 912/336 

University of Massachusetts at Amherst 

Amherst, MA 01003 

Dedication of the Andrew C. Knowles III Engineering Building. 
1991 [unpaged] 913/389 

Graduate Commencement May 25, 1991. 1991 1 p. 912/337 

Graduate Commencement Program. 1991 [unpaged] 912/338 

The Hadley Farm: An Investment in the Future of Animal 
Agriculture and Equine Education, n.d. [unpaged] 913/390 

Humanities & Fine Arts. n.d. 2 p. 914/437 

One Hundred and Twenty-First Undergraduate Commencement, 
May 26, 1991. 1991 [unpaged] 913/391 

Residence Hall Manual 1991/1992. n.d. 51 p. 914/438 

College of Engineering 

Annual Report I989 -1990. 1991 24 p. 912/339 

Engineering News, vol. 3, no. 3» Winter 1991. 1991 15 p. 
911/461 

Engineering News, vol. 3» no. 4, Spring 1991. 1991 15 p. 
913/392 

Engineering News, vol. 4, no. 1, Summer 1991. 1991 15 p. 
913/393 

Engineering News, vol. 4, no. 2, Fall 1991. 1991 15 p. 
914/439 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Cooperative Extension Service 

•**Building Communities of Support for Families of Poverty: 
Master Teacher in Family Life Program. 1990 122 p. 911/462 

Directory: Massachusetts Clearinghouse of Mutual Help Groups, 
Revised Edition. 1990 105 p. 912/340 

Proceedings of the Tree Wardens, Arborists and Utilities 
Conference March 8 - 10, 1988. 1988 42 p. [This is the last 
report that will be produced.] 914/440 

Department of Civil Engineering 

Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide as Early Warning Indicators of 
Upsets in Anaerobic Digestion. By Eugenic Giraldo et al. 1990 
50 p. R&D #87-01-03 911/463 

Low-Level Preozonoation and Organohalide Formation in Municipal 
Water Effluents (Technical Report). By Eric R. Lehan and David A. 
Reckhow 1989 111 p. Project No. 87-01-6 911/464 

Department of English 

•**Legacy: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Women 
Writers, vol. 7, no. 2, Fall 1990. 1990 70 p. 911/465 

***Legacy: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Women 
Writers, vol. 8, no. 1, Spring 1991. 1991 76 p. 913/394 

Department of Geology & Geography 

Field Trip Guidebook: Amqua 1988. By Julie Brigham-Grette 
1988 244 p. Contribution No. 63 914/441 

Late Quaternary Climatic Fluctuations of the Venezuelan Andes. 
By Baruch Weingarten et al. 1991 158 p. Contribution No. 65 
[Final Report to the National Science Foundation (ATM83-03171 ) ] 
914/442 

Paleoraagnetism and Geochemistry of Mesozoic Dikes and Sills in 
West-Central Massachusetts. By Suzanne A. McEnroe 1989 136 p. 
Contribution No. 64 914/443 

Styles of Metaraorphism with Depth in the Central Acadian High, 
New England: A Field Trip Honoring J.B. Thompson, Jr. By C. Page 
Chamberlain et al. I989 140 p. Contribution No. 63 914/444 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Department of LinRUistics 

Graduate Program in Linguistics 1992-93. n.d. 2^ p. 
913/395 

Department of Plant & Soil Sciences 

Fruit Notes, vol. 56, no. 1, Winter Issue, 1991. 1991 
31 p. 913/396 

Fruit Notes, vol. 56, no. 4, Fall Issue 1991. 1991 31 p. 
914/445 

Department of Polymer Science and Engineering 

Graduate Programs, n.d. 44 p. 914/446 

Division of Home Economics 

Outlook, Summer 1990. 1990 8 p. This is the first annual 
issue. 913/397 

Outlook, Summer 1991. 1991 7 p. 913/398 

Graduate School 

Bulletin 1990/91. 1990 223 p. 914/447 

Bulletin 1991/92. 1991 216 p. 913/399 

Information for Prospective Graduate Students from Other 
Countries. 1990 8 p. 911/466 

Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities 

•••Occasional Papers III: Values in the University. By Ervin 
Staub and Richard O'Brien 1987 32 p. 914/449 

Labor Relations and Research Center 

LLRC Labor Update, vol. 1, no. 1, Spring 1991. 1991 15 p. 
[This replaces the annual "Review". This newsletter will be 
published quarterly.] 913/400 

Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Research (MISER) 
128 Thompson Hall, Amherst, MA 01003 

1990 Population by Race and Hispanic Origin for Massachusetts 
Cities and Towns. 1991 33 p. 911/467 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts Institute 
for Social and Economic Research (MISER) . continued 

1990 Population Under 18 by Race and Hispanic Origin for 
Massachusetts Cities and Towns. 1991 12 p. [Data is from the 

1990 Census of Population and Housing (P.L. 94-171)1 912/3^1 

'^ >■■' \i ,. ^ . wi-- : "^ '\Q /c\^e -;: /K^-.'-A 

Final Census Counts for Massachusetts Cities'^and Towns 1990. 

1991 10 p. 911/468 , 

Housing Units and Household Size: Massachusetts Cities and 
Towns, 1990 and 1980. 1991 24 p. 912/342 

Projection of the Population of Massachusetts Cities and Towns 
through the Year 2000. By George E. Danziger and Eileen F. McCarthy 

1990 399 p. Program in Population Studies Report #2-90 
[Publication precedes the release of the 1990 Census of Population 
data.] 911/469 

Summary of Population and Housing: Massachusetts Cities and 
Towns, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Tape File 1. 

1991 12 p. Report 91-8 912/343 

New Students Program 

New Students Program. 1991 17 p. 911/470 

Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs 

Undergraduate Rights & Responsibilities 1991 -1992. 1991 
96 p. 913/401 

School of Education 

•»*Equity & Excellence, vol. 25, no. 1, Issue 140, Fall 1991. 
1991 73 p. 914/450 

***Lifelong Learning in the Community: An Annotated, Cross- 
referenced Bibliography. 1982 373 p. 914/451 

School of Management 

The Common Wealth, vol. 5, no. 1, Spring 1991. 1991 19 p. 
912/344 

SOM Awards Program and Initiation to the Gamma Chapter Beta 
Gamma Sigma. 1991 [unpaged] 913/402 

School of Public Health 

Graduate Programs in Public Health. 1991 35 p. 912/345 



132 



University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

Sixty-Ninth Commencement, Class of 1991. 1991 15 p. 
913/403 

Student Affairs Special Services 

Undergraduate Commencement 1991. 1991 1 p. 911/471 

University Gallery 

Insite: Five Conceptual Artists from the Bay Area. 1990 
38 p. 913/404 

University News Office 

Reporter's Guide to the University of Massachusetts at Amherst 
1991. 1991 43 p. 914/452 

-■-'■''^•^ 1,1'. RZO 

University of Massachusetts at Boston 

Boston, MA 02125 

College of Public and Community Service 

Next Steps: Minimizing the Impact of Federal Social Service 
Cuts: A Guide for Citizens and Social Service Workers. By Scott 
A. Bass et al. 1981 37 p. 914/453 

Gerontology Institute 

•••Housing Affordability and the Elderly: Definition, Dimensions, 
Policies. By Michael E. Stone 1990 98 p. 912/346 

•••Long-Term Care Policy: Where Are We Going? 1990 34 p. 
[Prepared by 0MB Watch. Copies are available from the Institute 
at the above address.] 912/347 

•••The Voices of the Elderly: A Massachusetts Survey of Health 
and Service Concerns. By Elba Caraballo and Scott A. Bass 1991 
[var. pag.] [Copies may be obtained from the institute at the above 
address.] 911A72 v^^,oi,^; V87 

Massachusetts Field Center for Teaching and Learning 
•••Grant Proposal Development: An Educator's Guide. 1989 27 p. 

•••Today's Kindergarten. By Carol Seefeldt 1989 20 p. 



133 



University of Massachusetts at Boston, continued 

Mauricio Gaston Institute for Latino Community Development and 
Public Policy 

Bilingual Education: A Research Agenda for the 21st Century. 

By Diana Lam 1990 26 p. Publication Number: 90-04 911/475 

</^ fi- : o e, S)., ; £, (^ -j 

Entitlements of Latino Students in the Massachusetts Public 
Educational School System: Some Legal and Policy Considerations. 
By Javier Colon et al. 1990 31 p. Publication Number: 90-02 

The Status of Latino Students in Massachusetts Public Schools: 
Directions for Policy Research in the 1990's. By Anne E. Wheelock 
1990 43 p. Publication Number: 90-01 ^ 911/477 

■ .. -jfr 1 1> ^ , 3, : 'C/^ ''•-■'^• 

The Urgency for Change: School Reform and Quality Education 
for Hispanic Youth. By Peter J. Negroni 1990 19 p. Publication 
Number: 90-03 911/478 ^ 

Office of Enrollment Services 

We Are UMASS/Boston. n.d. [unpaged] 913/405 

William Monroe Trotter Institute 

Affirmative Action: Problems and Perspectives. By Clarence M. 
Pendleton 1986 9 p. Occasional Paper No. 18 912/348 

vj'. ( ^ ( O 't , :; , r ■■ A € 

Affirmative Action: Problems and Prospects. By James Farmer 
1986 24 p. Occasional Paper No. 5 912/349 „ . « 

Community-Based Housing: Potential for a New Strategy. 
By Rachel G. Bratt 1985 80 p. Research Paper No. 2 912/350 

Va lA I O 4- ■ ^ ; C / i 

Dynamics of Minority Education: An Index to the Status of Race 
and Ethnic Relations in the United States. By James E. Blackwell 
1988 24 p. Occasional Paper No. 8 912/351 

***The Education of African - Americans: Assessment of the Status 
of African - Americans, Volume III. 1990 197 p. 911/479 

The Education of African-Americans: Selected Issues. 
By Wornie L. Reed 1989 12 p. Occasional Paper No. 19 
912/352 us^vl^H. ;i ; ^^^V ; 

Fire at the Door: The Black Student Union Movement at Boston 
English High School 1968 - 1971. By Michael T. Tierney n.d. 
56 p. Occasional Paper No. 4 912/353 



134 



University of Massachusetts at Boston, William Monroe Trotter 
Institute, continued 

Media Images of Boston's Black Community. By Kirk A. Johnson 
1987 130 p. Research Report No. 18 912/354 

Newsletter, Winter 1991. 1991 8 p. [This is the first 
newsletter that has been done.] 912/355 

Race and Class in American Race Relations Theory, 1894 - 1939. 
By Vernon J. Williams, Jr. n.d. 30 p. Research Report No. 13 
912/356 ^J^,{v^ iO«t,3.* f;,n 

Seniority and Affirmative Action: The Shadow of Stotts. 
By Drew S. Days, III 1986 17 p. Occasional Paper No. 2 
912/357 too. n- S« S 7 

•••Trotter Institute Review, vol. 4, no. 3, Fall 1990. 1990 22 p. 
911/480 

•••Trotter Institute Review, Winter/Spring 1991. 1991 23 p. 
913/406 

•••Trotter Institute Review, Summer 1991. 1991 22 p. 
913/407 

Violence in the Black Community: Interventions. By George 
Napper 1985 9 p. Occasional Paper No. 4 912/358 

K>is- f *^ . * "■ ''-^ "* i 
University of Massachusetts Medical Center/Worcester 

55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, MA 01655 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 32 p. 912/359 

Magazine, vol. 13, no. 2, Summer 1991. 1991 32 p. 914/454 

Area Health Education Center 

Primary Care: Practice Opportunities Bulletin for 
Massachusetts, February 1991. 1991 28 p. 911/481 

Primary Care: Practice Opportunities Bulletin for 
Massachusetts, May 1991. 1991 17 p. 912/360 

Professional Nutrition Services 

Dietary Fiber: A Feast for your Body. n.d. [unpaged] 
912/361 v^^aoo.^.OSC 



135 



Victim and Witness Assistance Board 

30 Winter Street, 11th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Federal Victims of Crime Act Grant Program: Program Manual 
FY92. 1991 Lvar. pag.] 912/362 ^-, ^.. 

Victim Justice: A New Balance. 1991 Lvar. pag.J [Annual 
Victim Rights Conference, April 23, 1991 i Park Plaza Hotel, 
Boston J 912/363 -^ . 7, 2 . V Gt 

Water Resources Authority 

100 First Avenue, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02129 

$300,000,000 General Revenue Bonds 1991 Series A, New Issue, 
Dated: October 1, 1991. 1991 Lvar. pag.J 914/455 

$300,000,000* General Revenue Bonds 1991 Series A, Dated: 
October 1, 1991. 1991 Lvar. pag.] L*Preliminary, subject 
to change] 914/456 

Annual Report 1989. 1989 36 p. 911/483 

Annual Report 1990: MWRA At Work. 1990 32 p. 911/484 

Studies of Circulation and Pollutant Transport in Massachusetts 
Coastal Waters. By Michael H. Bothner et al. 1990 33 p. 
Open-File Report 90-328 Lin conjunction with the U.S. Geological 
Survey] 912/364 

Advisory Board 

11 Beacon Street, Suite 1010, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Rate Survey 1991: Water and Sewer Costs in Communities. 
1991 [unpaged] 914/457 

Special Report. 1991 6 p. [Report is done every 2 years; 
1987 and 1989 are unavailable.] 911/485 

Secondary Treatment Facilities Plan 

G.L. C.30 Section 61, Revised Final Findings on the Secondary 
Treatment Facilities Plan/EIR for Boston Harbor. 1990 29 p. 
EOEA File No. 6136 911/486 



136 



Water Resources Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Chemical Quality of Ground Water on Cape Cod, Massachusetts 
(Includes Maps). By Michael H. Frimpter and Frederick B. Gay 
1979 11 p. Water-Resources Investigations 79-65 [Prepared 
in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey and National 
Park Service.] 912/365 ^ p^x\.Sf, C^'^ 

Digital Models of Ground-Water Flow in the Cape Cod Aquifer 
System, Massachusetts. By John H. Guswa and Denis R. LeBlanc 
1985 112 p. Water-supply Paper 2209 [Prepared in cooperation 
with the U.S. Geological Survey] 911/482 

Office of Water Resources 

Blackstone River Basin Volume I: Inventory and Analysis of 
Current and Projected Water Uses. 1991 126 p. , 912/366 

Taunton River Basin Plan (Draft). 1991 141, p. 912/367 

Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority 

P.O. Box 284, Woods Hole, MA 02543 

Annual Report 1990. 1991 16 p. 912/368 

Workers* Compensation Advisory Council 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

An Analysis of the Massachusetts Department of Industrial 
Accidents Dispute Resolution System: Process, Performance and 
Policy. 1991 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Endispute, Inc. and 
B.D.O. Seidman] 914/458 

Vk !,Q^; i^aB 

Final Report FY90. By Steven M. Day et al. 1991 [var. pag.] 
[Copies may be obtained from the council at the address above.] 
911/487 



137 



INDEX 



TOPIC 



PAGE 



accident (at intersections) 

acid rain 

Acton, MA 

actuarial report (pension benefits) 

Administration and Finance, Executive Office 

for (transition report) 
Administrative Law Appeals, Division of 

(transition report) 
adolescents (services) 
affirmative action 
affirmative action (report) 
Affirmative Action, State Office of 

(transition report) 
African - American (education) 
African - Americans 
agriculture (animal) 
agriculture (growers) 

AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) 
air quality (central artery) 
airport (second site) 
alcohol 

alcohol (newsletter) 
alcohol (report) 
alcohol abuse 
Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 

(report) 
alcoholism 
algal fouling 
Allen V. McDonough 
Alliance (bargaining agreement) 
Alliance (contract) 
Americans with Disabilities Act 

(bibliography) 
Amherst-Greenfield SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 
Amqua 

apartments (recycling waste) 
Appellate Tax Board (report) 
Appellate Tax Board (transition report) 
appropriations (Senate recommendations) 
aquifers (Nashua River) 
arborists 

art — see also MASS MoCA 
art (public places) 
artists (UMASS/Amherst ) 
arts (cultural council) 
arts (ethnic) 
arts (folklife) 
asbestos 



36 
66 
98 
68 

76 

61 

38 

126,134,135 

126 

126 

134 

134 

129 

29 

31,32,60 

82 

1 

73 

32 

61 

62 

1 

62 

99 

21 

112 

111 

122 

27 

130 

71 

1 

1 

84 

74 

125 

63,101,102,115 

19,20 

133 

20 

19 

19 

70 



138 



ash (analysis) 69 

ash (disposal) 69 

Ashland, MA 65 

asphalt (rubble) 69 

assessments (cities and towns) 36 

atlas (wildlife - Massachusetts) 102 

atlas (wetlands - wildlife) 102 

Attleboro, MA 104 

Attorney General (newsletter) 2 

Attorney General (review of Boston police) 2 

Attorney General (report) 1,2 

audit (Port Authority) 96 
Auditor, Department of the State (newsletter) 57 

Auditor, Department of the State (report) 39 

automobiles — see also motor vehicles 65,67 

automobiles (drunk drivers) 84 



Baird and McGuire 65 

banks (cooperative) 62 

banks (credit unions) 62 

banks (savings) 62 

banks (trust companies) 62 

bargaining agreements 111,112 

Bartley-Fox gun study 17 

basic skills test (education) 75 

batteries (lead acid - disposal) 71 

Bay Circuit Program 28 

Bay Circuit Program (maps) 28 

Bay State Skills Corporation (report) 2 

Bedford, MA 98 

behavior (youth - survey) 21 
Berkshire Consolidated Realty, Inc. 

(revenue bonds) 89 
Berkshire County Regional Planning Commission 

(report) 3 
Berkshire County SDA (Service Delivery Area) 26 
Berkshire Medical Center (injury discharges) 126 
Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (report) 3 

Beverly Hospital (revenue bonds) 50 

Bill of Rights (teacher's manual) 17 

biomed directory 113 

biotechnology 13 

biotechnology (resources) 3 

Bird Book 82 

birth defects (tests) 85 

births (statistics) 9 

Black community (media images) 135 

Black community (violence) 135 

Black Legislative Caucus (report) 82 



139 



Black Student Union Movement 13^ 

Blackstone River 137 

Blackstone Valley 104 

Blind, Commission for the (services) 16 

Blind, Commission for the (transition report) 16 

Blue Cross (rates) 67 

Blue Hills Reservation (program) 100 

Blue Shield (rates) 67 

Blueprint 2000 Jl^ 

bonds (educational facility) 89-91 

bonds (general obligation) 50,57,58,80,89-92,93,95 

bonds (general revenue) 136 

bonds (Health and Educational Facilities 

Authority) 91 

bonds (health care revenue) 93 

bonds (health facility) 89-91 

bonds (income tax) 57-58 

bonds (metropolitan districts) 58 

bonds (refunding) ^^ o c 

bonds (Series A) 57,58,136 

bonds (Series A and Series B) 58 

bonds (Series A, B, C, and D) ^8,59 

bonds (Series B) ^I»^° 

bonds (Series C) 58 

bonds (Series E) 58 

bonds (transportation) 95 

bonds (Water Resources Authority) 136 

Bookstore, State (catalog) 123 

Boston (Black community) 135 

Boston (census - 1990) 99 

Boston (education) 3,5 

Boston (harbor islands) 100 

Boston (police department practices) 2 

Boston (port) 97 

Boston (port - handbook) 96 

Boston (port - newsletter) 97 

Boston (special education funds) 21 
Boston English High School (Black student 

movement) 134 

Boston harbor ~ 136 

Boston harborpark 80 
Boston Juvenile Court Liaison Pilot Program 80 

Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization 7 
Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization 

(newsletter) 7 
Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization 

(transportation program) 7 
Boston Municipal Court 127 

Boston Neighborhood Housing Trust 98 

Boston PMSA (Primary Metropolitan 

Statistical Area) 25 

Boston police (review of practices) 1 



140 



Boston, MA 104 

Boston SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23,24,26 

brick (rubble) 69 

Bristol SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23,24 

Broad Sound 99 

Brockton SDA (Service Delivery Area) 26 

Brockton, MA 104 
Brockton PMSA (Primary Metropolitan 

Statistical Area) 25 

budget (children's - state) 103 

budget (deficit) 86,87 

budget (Governor's) 86 

budget (Senate recommendation) 84 

budget (state) 84,86,87 

budget (state - process) 13 

Budget Bureau (transition report) 8 

burn injuries (statistics) 117 

business (financial resources directory) 107 

business (management) 22 

business (minority) 14,15 



calendar (elections) 75 

calendar (travel- spring + summer) 117 

Cambridge Housing Trust 98 

Campaign and Political Finance Office of 

(advisory opinions) 108-110 

Campaign and Political Finance, Office of 
(ballot questions) 110 

Campaign and Political Finance, Office of 

(contributions - expenditures) 110 

Campaign and Political Finance, Office of 

(dispositon of assets) 110 

Campaign and Political Finance, Office of 

(expenditures by non-profit corporations) 110 

Campaign and Political Finance, Office of 

(pay-back formula) 110 

Campaign and Political Finance, Office of 

(transfer of candidate's funds) 110 

campaign finance (non-filers) 110 

camping (Massachusetts - forests) 67 

camping (Massachusetts - parks) 67 

cancer 9,31,65 

cancer (cervical) 64 

cancer (newsletter) 32,33 

Cape Cod 104 

Cape Cod (aquifer system) 137 

Cape Cod (ground water) 137 

Cape Cod (wells) 73 

Cape Cod Commission (plan) 13 

Cape Cod Commission (survey) 13 



141 



Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority (report) 

Cape Cod SDA (Service Delivery Area) 

capital contruction cases 

capital markets (report) 

Capital Planning and Operations, Division of 

(transition report) 
Capital Resources Company (report) 
capital spending 
carbon monoxide 

Cardinal Cushing General Hospital 
care (infant) 
care (maternal) 
Carney Hospital 
catalogs (colleges) 

Celluci, Paul (inaugural remarks) 

census (Boston - 1990) 

census (education personnel) 

census (household size 1990) 

census (housing - 1990) 

census (Massachusetts) 

census (population - 1990) 

central artery (final report) 

central artery (index of documents) 

central artery (memorandum) 

central artery (newsletter) 

central artery (procurements) 

central artery (public hearing) 

central artery (public testimony) 

CHAP 3 (Comprehensive Homeless Assistance 

Plan) 
Chapter 138, Section 78 Acts of 1991 
Chapter 188 

Chapter 21E (interim report) 
Chapter 688 
Chapter 766 

charities (donating to) 
charities (fundraising) 
Charles River Basin 
Charles River Basin (memorandum of 

agreement) 
Chase, Senator Arthur E. 
Chelsea, MA 
chemicals (toxic) 
cherry sheets 
cherry sheets (manual) 
child abuse 
child custody 

children (assessment centers) 
children (Blueprint 2000 report) 
children (budget) 
children (community support-education) 



3,88,92,96,97,100-103, 
,122,131,134 



132 
35,85 



13 
23 
67 
93 

63 
13 
63 
130 
91 
65 
65 
126 
8,1 
120 
116 
99 
64 
132 
99, 
132 
132 
34, 
34 
82 
34 
115 
35 
35 



80 

72 

2,75 

29 

80 

88,104 

2 

2 

82 

82 

85 

4,21,76,115 

28 

29,30 

37 

39,85,105 

130 

36,39 

116 

107 

8 



142 



children (health) 

children (homeless) 

Children (hunger) 

children (mental health services) 

children (needs assessment) 

children (neglected) 

children (psychiatric bed needs) 

children (report) 

children (residential facilities) 

children (resource directory) 

children (services) 

children (special health needs) 

children (special needs) 

children (Springfield Area) 

children (state budget) 

children (Title XX - social services) 

Children, Eastern Middlesex Council 

for (manual) 
Children, Office for (community 

development manual) 
Children, Office for (fact sheets) 
Children, Office for (handbook) 
Children, Office for (history) 
Children, Office for (merger) 
Children, Office for (report) 
Children, Office for (transition report) 
cholesterol 
Christmas trees 
chronic disease (newsletter) 
civil rights 
civil service 

civil service (examinations) 
Civil Service Commission (transition report) 
clinics (listing) 
coal ash 

Coalition of Public Safety Unit 5 (contract) 
Coastal Zone Management Office (newsletter) 
COERS (directory) 
COERS (report) 
collective bargaining (Alliance, AFSCME, 

SEIU, AFL-CIO) 
collective bargaining (Coalition of Public 

Safety - Unit 5) 
collective bargaining (Local 55 - 

Metropolitan Police Patrolmen) 
collective bargaining (MOSES) 
collective bargaining (NAGE) 
collective bargaining (State Police 

Association - Unit 5A) 
college (art) 
college (enrollment) 
college (Opportunity Fund) 



34 

107 

32 

81,106 

103,105 

105 

105 

103 

103 

106 

38,103,105,107 

65 

8,21,65,72,103 

106 

103 

34 

104 

104 
103 
106 

103 

80 

103,105,106 

103 

64 

29 

64 

2,102 

30 

30 

14 

31 

67 

111 

13 

18 

18 

111 

111 

111 
112 
111,112 

112 
6 
7 
75 



143 



colleges 
colleges 

colleges 



admission) 
catalogs) 

community) 



colleges (completions) 

colleges (enrollments) 

colleges (graduate survey) 

colleges (National Defense Student Loans) 

colleges (new students) 

colleges (non-appropriated funds) 

colleges (residences) 

colleges (state) 

colleges (state - magazine) 

colleges (tuition retention program) 

colleges (universities - financial report) 

colleges (university) 

Colrain, MA 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts 

Employees Campaign) 
commencement (UMASS/Amherst) 
commercial paper (tax exempt) 
commitments (county facilities) 
commitments (Department of Correction) 
Communities and Development, Executive 

Office of (transition report) 
Community Development Finance Corporation 

(newsletter) 
Community Development Finance Corporation 

(report) 
Community Economic Development Assistance 

Corporation (newsletter) 
community living (disabled persons) 
Community Reinvestment Act (report) 
composting 

Comptroller, Office of (transition report) 
computers (network newsletter) 
computers (standards and forms) 
Conciliation and Arbitration, Board of 

(report) 
Conciliation and Arbitration, Board of 

(transition report) 
Concord River 
Concord, MA 
concrete (rubble) 
Conservation Law Foundation (memorandum - 

central artery) 
consolidation plan (state institutions) 
construction 

construction (waste sites) 
construction cases (appealed) 



13 

3,8,1 

122,1 

3,5,6 

100-1 

7 

7 

102 

6 

132 

6 

123,1 

5,82, 

102 

5,6 

129 

122 

74 



76 

129,133 

58 

20 
20 

77 

17 

17 

18 

117 

62 

70,71 

114 

74 

113 



81 
73 
98 
69 

82 
88 
61 
11 
61 



3,96,103,120, 
31,134 

,8,13,88,92,97, 
02 



24,129 
102,109,122-124, 



144 



Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation, 

Executive Office of (transition report) 78 

consumers (survey) 77 

contracted services ("03s") 76 

Convention Center 18 

Convention Center (computer database) 18 

Convention Center (report) 18 

Convention Center (Treasurer's report) 58 

cooperative banks 62 

Corporations Division (computer database) 18 

Corporations Division (report) 18 

corporations (excise taxes) 36 

corporations (newsletter) 18 
Correction, Department of (population 

movements) 20 

Correction, Department of (reports) 20 

Correction, Department of (research) 20 
Correction, Department of (transition report) 20,21 

correctional facilities 20 

Correctional Industries (report) 18,19 

correctional institutions (furloughs) 20,21 

correctional institutions (releases) 20 

corrections (day reporting centers) 80 

Council, Governor's (rules) 87 

counties (report) 3 

county facilities (commitments) 20 

county finances (statistics) 37 

county government 83 

county government (report) 12,83 

court (personnel) 127 

courts (administration) 127 

courts (Boston Municipal) 127 

courts (Chief Administrative Justice) 127 

courts (organization) 127 

courts (procedures) 128 

courts (record retention) 128 

courts (reform) 127 

courts (Suffolk County Superior) 128 

courts (work hours) 128 

credit cards (report) 62,63 

credit unions (report) 62 

crime (analysis) 17 

crime (statistics) 19 

crime (victims) 136 

crimes (hate) 64 
Criminal Justice Training Council 

(transition report) 19 

criminal justice (trends) 17 

cultural council 20 

cultural programs (directory) 19 

curriculum (social studies) 17 



145 



dairy industry 88 

dairy stabilization fund 88 

day care 105 

day reporting centers (corrections) 8 
Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Commission for the 

(information series) 16 
Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Commission for 

the (transition report) 16 

death penalty 2 

deaths (occupational) 9 

deferred compensation (state employees) 58 

demographics (immigrants) 107 

demographics (refugees) 107 
demography (Metropolitan Area Planning 

Council) 98 

dental registry 121 

dental workers (HIV patients) 32 

DES (diethylstylbestrol) 31 

desegregation (education - statistics) 111 

Designer Selection Board (guidelines) 59 

Designer Selection Board (report) 59,60 

detention (pretrial - youth) 59 
Developmental Disabilities Council (report) 60 

Developmental Disabilities Council (RFP) 60 
Developmental Disabilities Council 

(State Plan) 60 
Developmental Disabilities Council 

(transition report) 60 

digestion, anaerobic 130 

directives (revenue) 36 

disabled 16 

disabled (directory) 60 

disabled (mentally) 60 

disabled persons (community living) 117 
Disabled Persons Protection Commission 

(report) 61 
Disabled Persons Protection Commission 

(transition report) 61 

discrimination 14-16 
Discrimination, Commission Against (report) 14 

disease (chronic - newsletter) 63 

disposal sites 12 
dispute resolution (Department of 

Industrial Accidents) 137 

drivers (manual - commercial) 121 

drugs 17,73 

drugs (laboratories) 17 

drugs (newsletter) 66 

drunk drivers 84 

drunk driving 33 
Dukakis, Governor Michael S. (farewell 

address) 86 



146 



Dukakis, Governor Michael S. (record of 

accomplishments) 86 

Duxbury, MA S'J.QQ 

DWI (driving while intoxicated) 33 



Economic Affairs, Executive Office of 

(transition report) 
Economic Development, Governor's Office of 

(transition report) 
economic impact (MASSPORT) 
economics (Massachusetts) 
economics (Port Authority) 



economy 
economy 
economy 

Area) 
economy 
economy 
economy 

Delivery Area) 



economy 
economy 



Delivery Area) 



economy 
economy 
economy 

Area) 
economy 

Delivery Area) 



economy 
economy 

Islands 
economy 

Delivery Area) 



economy 



Delivery Area) 



economy 
economy 



Delivery Area) 



economy 



Delivery Area) 



economy 



Berkshire County) 

Boston SDA - Service Delivery Area) 

Bristol SDA - Service Delivery 

Convention Center) 

forecast) 

Franklin-Hampshire SDA - Service 



Hampden County) 

Lower Merrimack Valley SDA - Service 



marine) 

Massachusetts) 

Metro North SDA - Service Delivery 

Metro West-South SDA - Service 



Metropolitan Area Planning Council) 
New Bedford, Cape Cod and the 

Northern Middlesex SDA - Service 



Northern Worcester SDA - Service 



quarterly report) 

South Coastal SDA - Service 



Southern Essex SDA - Service 



Southern Worcester SDA - Service 



Delivery Area) 
economy (state) 
education (adult) 
education (African - Americans) 
education (assessment - grade ^) 
education (assessment - grade 8) 
education (basic skills tests) 
education (bilingual) 



78 

78 
96 
37 
96 
23 
23 

23 
18 
36 

23 
23 

23 
14 
26,29,37,86,94 

23 

23 
98 

23 

23 

23 
37 

24 

24 

24 

84 

3 

134 

75 

75 

2 

5,69,134 



147 



education (Boston) 5 

education (Boston Task Force - report) 5 

education (budget reductions) 21 

education (census - personnel) 64 

education (Chelsea - Boston University) 4,21,115 

education (community) 132 

education (community support) 8 

education (comparison-assessment program) 75 

education (computer newsletter) 74 

education (correspondence courses) 11 

education (counseling) ^ 

education (cultural programs) 19 

education (DES [diethylstylbestrol]) 31 

education (desegregation) 111 

education (engineering) 129 

education (engineering report) 129 

education (enrollment) 7,8,21,68 

education (equal opportunities) 20 

education (equine) 129 

education (family involvement) 12 

education (federal programs) 21,22 

education (gifted) 107 

education (goals) 21 

education (grant proposals) 133 

education (guidance) 4 

education (handicapped) 72 

education (Harrington report) 87 

education (higher) 7 

education (higher - statistics) 5 

education (higher - student fees) 6 

education (Hispanic) 134 

education (journal) 132 

education (kindergarten) 133 

education (legislative proposals) 21 

education (long range plan) 92 

education (management - UMASS) 132 

education (materials - Ethics Commission) 125 

education (minority) 13^ 

education (multicultural) 9 

education (newsletter) 22 

education (nutrition) 10 

education (objectives) 4 

education (policies) 4 

education (polymer science) 131 

education (public) 22 

education (public - Harrington report) 87 

education (public health) 132 

education (quality) 134 

education (recycling) 10 

education (school choice) 21,87,110,111 

education (special) 8-10,72 

education (special needs) 8,72 



148 



education 
education 

education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 



student needs) 

task force report - higher 

technical) 

technical - Boston) 

telecommunications) 

television) 

test results - basic skills) 

test results statewide) 

transition report - Governor's 



Advisor on) 
education (vocational) 
education (vocational - Boston) 
education (young children) 
Education, Board of Regents of Higher 

(transition report) 
Education, Board of Regents of Higher (audit) 
Elder Affairs, Executive Office of 

(transition report) 
elders (statistics) 
elderly 

elderly (health) 
elderly (home care) 
elderly (housing) 
elderly (report) 
elderly (survey) 

election (November 6, 1990 - return of votes) 
elections (calendar) 
elections (financing) 
elections (manual) 
elections (spending - Senate) 
elections (statistics - 1990) 
electricity (environmental impact) 
Emergency Management Agency (newsletter) 
Employee Relations, Office of (transition 

report) 
employees (state - appointments) 
employees (state - collective bargaining) 
employees (state - courses) 
employees (state - deferred compensation) 
employees (state - educational materials. 

Ethics Commission) 
employees (state - furloughs) 
employees (state - health care) 
employees (state - insurance benefits) 
employees (state - insurance newsletter) 
employees (state - legislative agents) 
employees (state - recalls) 
employees (state - retirement) 
employees (state - training) 
employment 
employment (affirmative action) 



21 

7 

125 

3 

95 

111 

2 

75 

61 
125 
3 
8 

5 
6 

79 

79 

32,78 

32 

79 

133 

79 

133 

75 

75 

110 

129 

77 

75 

64 

96 

112 
30 
111 
31 
58 

121 

77 

84 

89 

89 

125 

30 

123 

30 

23 

126 



149 



employment (Boston Area) 

employment (Bristol Area) 

employment (Hampden Area) 

employment (seniority) 

employment (South Coastal Area) 

employment (trends) 

Employment and Training, Department of 

(telephone directory) 
endangered species (newsletter) 
Energy Facilities Siting Council 

(decision - orders) 
Energy Facilities Siting Council 

(transition report) 
Energy Resources, Division of (transition 

report) 
energy recovery facilities 
energy (trade directory) 
engineering 

engineering (education) 
engineering (education - report) 
environment (trade directory) 
environment (zero discharge - Blueprint 2000 

report) 
Environmental Affairs, Executive Office of 

(transition report) 
Ethics Commission, State (newsletter) 
Ethics Commission, State (report) 
excavation (waste sites) 
Executive Office of Communities and 

Development (newsletter) 
expenditure classifications (handbook) 
expenditures (state) 



24 

24 

24 

135 

25 

24-26 

24 
102 

75 

75 

64 

10 

112 

129 

129 

129 

112 

116 

79 
125 
125 
11 

77 

115 

76 



Facility Consolidation, Special Commission on 

(testimony) 88 

Failure to Thrive Program 65 
Fall River/Attleboro SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 25 

Fall River, MA 104 
Fall River PMSA (Primary Metropolitan 

Statistical Area) 25 

Falmouth Housing Trust 98 

families (needs) 106 

families (report) 59 
Family Health Services, Division of 

(handbook) 65 

Farmington River 74 

Federal Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (VOCA) 136 

fiber (dietary) 135 

finances (campaign) 110 



150 



finances (state) 94 

financial resources (business directory) 107 

financial report 115 

financial report (statutory report) 114 

financial reporting (Massachusetts) 114 

financial resources (business directory) 107 

fine arts (UMASS/Amherst ) 129 

firearms (licenses) 85 

fires (motor vehicles) 65 

fires (report) 65 

fires (Suffolk County) 66 

fiscal facts (Massachusetts) 37 

fiscal policy (Massachusetts) 94 

fiscal recovery (plan) 86,87 

Fiscal Recovery Loan Act of 1990 57-59 
Fisheries, Division of Marine (newsletter) 68 

fisheries (projects) 66 
Fisheries and Wildlife, Division of 

(newsletter) 66 

fishing licenses 66 
Fitchburg - Leominister MSA (Metropolitan 

Statistical Area) 25 

Fitchburg, MA 104 

fitness (day on the Hill) 87 

foliage (guide) 117 

food (newsletter) 66 

food services directors 32 

foreign firms (directory) 96 
Forensic Mental Health, Governor's Advisory 

Committee on 88 

Forest and Parks, Division of (report) 66 

forests (Massachusetts) 67 

forests (Massachusetts - map) 67 
forests (Massachusetts - wheelchair 

accessible) 66 

foster care 80-81 

foster parents 39,104 

Framingham Union Hospital (revenue bonds) 90 
Franklin/Hampshire SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 23,24,27 

fruit (newsletter) 131 

fuel assistance 112 

fundraising (charities) 91 

funeral directors (handbook) 121 

furloughs (correctional institutions) 20 

furloughs (state employees) 76 



Gaebler Children's Center (report) 106 

Gallery (UMASS/Amherst) 133 

gang prevention 85 



151 



gas vapors (newsletter) 61 

Gaston Institute 13^ 

gender bias 127 

genetics (teaching guide) 85 

geochemistry 130 

Georges Island 100 

gifts (Massachusetts) 29 

GIS (Geographic Information System) 73,85,99 

Goddard Memorial Hospital (revenue bonds) 90 

Government Land Bank (newsletter) 86 

Government Land Bank (report) 86 

Governor (Asia Trip) 86 

Governor (budget) 86,87 

Governor (educational policy) 86 

Governor (inaugural address) 86 

Governor (Massachusetts economy) 86 

Governor (retirement program) 86 

Governor's Council (rules) 87 
Governor's Highway Safety Bureau 

(transition report) 87 
Greater Lawrence SDA (Service Delivery Area) 27 

Greater Lowell SDA (Service Delivery Area) 27 
Greater Salem - Lynn SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 27 
Greater Springfield SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 27 

Green Book 29 

greenhouses 9 

Greylock Glen 28,115 

Greylock Glen (land disposition agreement) 63 

groundwater (Hingham, MA) 99 

groundwater (Hudson, MA) 99 

Group Insurance Commission (newsletter) 89 

Group Insurance Commission (report) 89 
Group Insurance Commission (transition 

report) 89 

guidebook (travel - Massachusetts) 117 

guns (study) 17 



Hadley Farm 129 

Hampden County SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23,24 

Hampden SDA (Service Delivery Area) 63 
Handicapped Affairs, Office of (transition 

report) 112 

Hanscom Area 98 

harbor islands (Boston) 100 
Harrington report (Governor's Education 

Advisor) 87 

hate crimes 19 

health (children) 34 



152 



health (elderly) 133 

health (mental) 88 

Health and Educational Facilities Authority 

(bonds) 91 

Health and Educational Facilities Authority 

(newsletter) 91 

Health and Educational Facilities Authority 

(report) 91 

health assessment 65 

health care (Blueprint 2000 report) 116 

health care (costs) 121 

health care (finances) 52,85 

health care (reform) 85 

health care (special children) 65 

health care costs (state employees) 84 
health care proxy law (fact sheets & forms) 79 

Health Facilities Appeals Board 91 

Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO's) 32 

health, public (early intervention) 33 

heart (newsletter) 64 

heart (report) 64 

Heritage Greylock - land 28 

Hingham, MA 99 

Hispanics (education) 134 

historic places 92 

historic programs 92 

HIV 31,60 

HIV (community guide) 32 

HIV (dental workers) 32 

HIV services 65 

Holbrook, MA 65 

home care (elderly) 79 

home care (statistics) 79 

home health care 120 

homeless 81 

homeless (assistance plan) 80 

Hoosic River Basin 73 

hospitals (alphabetical list) 32 

hospitals (bed utilization) 9 

hospitals (discharge data) 9 

hospitals (listing) 32 

hospitals (municipal list) 32 

hospitals (nominative list) 32 

hospitals (payment systems) 80 

housing 133 

housing (affordability study) 77 

housing (affordable) 98 

housing (Blueprint 2000 recommendations) 116 

housing (Blueprint 2000 report) 116 

housing (census - 1990) 99 

housing (community - based) 134 

housing (congregate - directory) 78 



153 



housing (elderly) 133 

housing (poor people) 99 

housing (report) 77 

housing (retirement - directory) 78,79 

housing (subsidized - list) 93 

housing (trust funds) 98,99 

Housing Finance Agency (newsletter) 93 

Housing Finance Agency (report) 93 

Hudson, MA 99 

human resources (development issues) 30 

human services (directory) 81 

human services (reorganization) 80 
Human Services, Executive Office of 

(transition report) 80 

Humanities (UMASS/Amherst ) 139 

hunger (children) 32 

hunting 66 

hydrogen 130 

Hynes Convention Center 18 



immigrants (demographics) 107 

inaugural address (Governor Weld) 86 
inaugural remarks (Lieutenant Governor 

Celluci) 116 

Indian Affairs, Commission on (report) 16 
Indian Affairs, Commission on (transition 

report) 16 
Industrial Accidents, Department of 

(transition report) 81 

Industrial Finance Agency (newsletter) 93i94 

Industrial Finance Agency (report) 93 

infant care 65 

information (trade directory) 112 

information technology 113 
infrastructure (Metropolitan Area Planning 

Council) 98 

injuries (statistics) 126 
Inspector General (letter - Museum of 

Contemporary Art) 116 

Inspector General, Office of the (report) 116 
Inspector General, Office of the 

(turnpike report) 115 

insurance (automobile) 67 

insurance (employees newsletter) 89 

insurance (Medicare) 78 

insurance (newsletter) 89 

insurance (rates) 67 

insurance (state - employees) 89 

insurance (unemployment) 27,28 

international firms (directory) 96 



154 



intragovernmental transactions 107 

investments (legal) 62 

Island SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23 



job banks 85 

job market reports 23,24 

Judicial Conduct, Commission on (report) 16 

judicial response system 127 

judiciary (state of - address) 127 

Juvenile Justice Partnership Project 104 

juveniles (justice) 17 

juveniles (offenders) 59 

juveniles (police procedures) 100 



Kaplan report 3 

Kennedy, Representative Thomas P. 83 

kindergarten 133 

King report (libraries) 4,5 



Labor and Industries, Department of 

(transition report) 81 
Labor Managemnet Committee, Joint 

(transition report) 81 

Labor Relations Commission (report) 94 
Labor Relations Commission (transition 

report) 81 

labor relations (newsletter) 4,5 
Labor, Executive Office of (transition 

report) 81 

labor (textile strike) 17 

laboratories (drug analysis) 17 

laboratories (listing) 31 
laboratories (public health - alphabetical 

list) 31 

lakes (management) 28 

lakes (preservation) 28 

Lam, Diana 134 

land (acquisitions) 99 

land (local government impact) 77 

land (state-owned) 77 

land (watershed) 11 

landfills 67,69,70,87 

landfills (demolition) 69 

landfills (inactive) 70 

landfills (stumps) 6 

landfills (tires) 71 



155 



landfills (white goods) 71 

landscapes (computer-aided) 1 

landscapes (planning) 1 

landscapes (training) 1 

Latino students 13^ 

law enforcement (newsletter) 17 
Lawrence-Haverhill PMSA (Primary Metropolitan 

Statistical Area) 26 

Lawrence, MA 104 

layoffs 112 

lead paint 68 

lead poisoning 68 

leaves (composting) 70,71 

leaves (disposal) 70 

legislative agents 120,125 

legislative interns (handbook) 84 

legislators (conference) 83 

legislators (guide) 14 

legislature (manual) 82 

legislature (rules) 83 

lemon law 77 

Lesley College 5 

Lexington, MA 98 

Liacos, Paul J. 127 

libraries (directory) 4 

libraries (King report) 4 

libraries (personnel) 5 

libraries (planning) 4 

libraries (preservation) 4 

libraries (public - statistics) 5 

libraries (report) 4 

library (acquisitions) 126 

library (injury prevention) 126 

Library, State (history) 125 
Library Commissioners, Board of (brochure) 4 

Lieutenant Governor (inaugural remarks) 116 

Lincoln, MA 98 

linguistics 131 

lobsters 67 

lobsters (statistics) 68 
Local Affairs, Committee on (legislative 

review) 82 

Logan Airport 96,97 

long-term care 32,79f133 

long-term care (directory) 32 

lottery 79 

lottery (report) 125 

lottery (sales) 125 

Lovells Island 100 
Lowell PMSA (Primary Metropolitan 

Statistical Area) 26 



156 



Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Board 
(report) 94 

Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Board 
(transition report) 94 

Lower Merrimack Valley SDA (Service Delivery 
Area) 23,25,27 

Lynn, MA 104 



M-BIRS (report) 117 

management (schools) 22 

management (UMASS - newsletter) 132 
Management Information Systems, Office of 

(transition report) 113 

managers (appointments) 30 

managers (performance review) 30 

managers (state - guide) 82 

managers (state - handbook) 76 

map (Massachusetts) 128 

Marblehead, MA 98 

marine economy 14 

Marine Fisheries, Division of (newsletter) 68 

maritime conference (MASSPORT) 97 

Marlborough, MA 107 

MASS MoCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) 63,101,102,115 

Massachusetts 2000 86 

Massachusetts (facts) 14,86 

Massachusetts (map) 128 

Massachusetts (public officers) 82 

Massachusetts (residency information) 14 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

(bonds) 95 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

(fare increase) 79 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

(newsletter) 95 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

(notes) 94 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

(report) 95 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

(service) 95 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

(statistics) 95 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

(transition report) 95 
Massachusetts Real Estate Asset 

Management System 63 
Massets — see also Massachusetts Real Estate 

Asset Management System 63 

maternal care 65 



157 



MBTA — see also Massachusetts Bay 

Transportation Authority 94,95 

meal planning 32 

Medex rates 67 

media (Black community) 135 
Medical Center/Worcester, UMASS (magazine) 135 

mediation (courts) 61 

Mediation Service (transition report) 276 

Medicaid (report) 33 
Medical Security, Department of 

(transition report) 29 

Medicare (costs) 78 

Medicare (coverage) 78 

mental health (children) 81,106 

mental health (forensic) 88 
Mental Health, Department of (transition 

report) 29 
Mental Retardation, Department of 

(transition report) 29 

merit system (examinations) 30 

mesozoic dikes 130 

metamorphism 130 

MetroPlan 2000 98,99 
Metro North Service SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 25,27 
Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

(publications list) 99 
Metropolitan Area Planning Council (report) 98 

metropolitan districts (finances) 58 
Metropolitan Patrolmen's Union - Local 55 

(contract) 111 
Metro South/West SDA (Service Delivery Area) 23,25,27 

Middlesex Fells Reservation 100 

minorities (education) 13^ 
Minority and Women Business Assistance, 

State Office of (directory) 126 

MMARS (closing instructions) 115 

MMARS (information) 115 

MMARS (opening instructions) 115 
Mobil Pipe Line Company (vegetation 

management) 119 
Montachusetts Regional Transit Authority 

(report) 100,101 

mortality (infants) 33 

mortgages, home (availability) 63 

MOSES 112 

MOSES (contract) 112 

motor vehicles (accidents) 36 

motor vehicles (fires) 65 

motor vehicles (insurance rates) 67 

motor vehicles (lemon law) 77 

motor vehicles (manual) 121 



158 



MSA (master service agreement) 30 

municipal (property) 63 
Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 

(report) 101 

municipalities (Blueprint 2000 report) 116 

municipalities (newsletter) 77 

municipalities (recycling) 10 

museum (art) 63,101,102,115 

Museum of Contemporary Art 115 

mutual help groups (directory) 130 

Mystic Valley 104 



NAGE (contract) 111,112 

Nahant Bay 99 

Nashua River 74 

National Defense Student Loans 5 
Natural Resources, Joint Committee on 

(report) 83 
New Bedford MSA (Metropolitan Statistical 

Area) 26 

New Bedford Service Delivery Area (SDA) 23 
New Bedford, Cape Cod and Islands SDA 

(Service Delivery Area) 25,27 

noise (model ordinance) 99 

Norfolk County 65 

North River 74 

Northborough, MA 93 
Northern Middlesex SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 23,25,27 
Northern Worcester SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 23,25,27 
notes (Massachusetts Bay Transportation 

Authority) 94 

nurseries (plants) 9 

nursing home (case-mix payment system) 121 

nursing homes (report) 104 

nutrients 1 

nutrition 113 

nutrition (children) 65 
nutrition (directory - Southeastern 

Massachusetts) 113 

nutrition (education) 10 

nutrition (pediatric) 114 

nutrition (schools) 10 



offenders (juveniles) 59,105 

Old Colony Planning Council (newsletter) 117,118 
Old Colony Planning Council (report) 117,118 



159 



Old Colony Planning Council (transit 

directory) 118 

open space (workbook) 64 

Opportunity Fund (college) 75 

Outdoor Advertising Board (report) 118 



P. L. 94-142 72 

P. L. 99-457 72 

PAC's (finance activities) 110 

PAC's (registered) 110 

Pacific Rim Development Bank 84 

paleomagnetism 130 

pap smear 63 

parenting (programs) 38 

parents 39 

parents (foster) 104 
PARIS (personnel administrative reporting 

and information system) 76 
parks (Massachusetts - wheelchair accessible) 66 

parks (Massachusetts) 67 

parole (statistics) 118 

Parole Board (newsletter) 118 

Parole Board (transition report) 118 

passenger safety (newsletter) 119 

Peddocks Island 100 

pension benefits (actuarial report) 68 

pension reserve fund (newsletter) 119 
Pension Reserves Investment Trust Fund 

(real estate report) 119 

pensions (state employees) 68 

pensions (teachers) 68 
Personnel Administration, Department of 

(report) 30 
Personnel Administration, Department of 

(transition report) 30 

personnel (Supreme Judicial Court) 127 

petroleum (contaminated) 12 

petroleum releases (policy) 12 

photovoltaic technology 119 

physicians (fact sheet - hazardous waste) 65 
Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (report) 120 

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (report) 120 
Pittsfield MSA (Metropolitan Statistical 

Area) 26 
planning (Boston Metropolitan Planning 

Organization) 7 

planning (bibliography) 77 

planning (newsletter) 77 

planning (open space) 64 

Planning Commission (report) 3 



160 



plants (newsletter) 131 

police (Boston) 2 

police (Capitol - newsletter) 13 

police (State - manual) 126 

pollutants (Blueprint 2000 report) 116 

polymer science 131 

ponds (management) 28 

population (by Hispanic origin - 1990) 131»132 

population (by race - 1990) 132 

population (census - 1990) 99 

population (Massachusetts) 131 

population (Massachusetts projections) 132 

population (under 18 - 1990) 132 

port (Boston - handbook) 96 

Port Authority (audit) 96 

Port Authority (economics report) 96,97 

Port Authority (transition report) 97 

poverty (family support) 130 

poverty (housing) 99 

prenatal tests 85 

preservation (historic programs) 92 

preservation (newsletter) 92 

Pride in Performance (recipients) 30 

primary care 135 

primary care (newsletter) 135 

prisons (overcrowding) 20 

privatization (bibliography) 125 

probation (newsletter) 114 
Procurement and General Services, Department 

of (transition report) 31 

Project Link 81 

property (abandoned) 59 

property (classification) 37 

property (no-bid) 115 

property (real - Massachusetts) 63 

property (real - municipal) 63 

property (state) 115 

property (surplus) 114 

property (taxation) 37 

property (valuation) 37,114 

proposition 2 1/2 37 

psychiatric bed needs (children) 105 

Public Document #43 75 
Public Employee Retirement Administration, 

Division of (transition report) 68 

public health (education) 132 
Public Health, Department of (telephone 

directory) 33 
Public Health, Department of (transition 

report) 33 
Public Safety, Department of (transition 

report) 33 



161 



Public Service, Joint Committee on (report) 33f83 
Public Welfare, Department of (transition 

report) 33 

Public Works, Department of (Inspector 

General's report) 115 

Public Works, Department of (standard 

operating procedures) 3^ 

Public Works, Department of (transition 

report) 3^ 

publications (Metropolitan Area Planning 

Council) 99 

purchased services (directory) 81 



Quabbin Reservoir 99 

Quincy Housing Trust 98 

Quinebaug River 73 



race relations 134,137 

railroads (newsletter) 95 
Rate Setting Commission (transition report) 121 

recidivism 21 

recipes (Massachusetts products) 29 
Recontek Corp. (hazardous waste facility 

site) 89 

recycling 69-71 

recycling (municipalities) 10 

recycling (public education) 10 

recycling (requirements) 70 

referenda questions (1990) 37 

refugees (demographics) 107 
Refugees and Immigrants, Office for 

(transition report) 107 

Regents Computer Network (newsletter) 121 
Regents of Higher Education, Board of 

(compliance report) 107 

registrars (manual) 129 

Registration, Division of (report) 68 
Registration, Division of (transition 

report) 69 

Rehabilitation Commission (newsletter) 122 

Rehabilitation Commission (report) 121 
Rehabilitation Commission (transition 

report) 122 

repair plates 115 

respite care 39f61 

retirement (governor's program) 86 

retirement (housing directory) 78,79 

retirement (report) 84 



162 



retirement (state - employees) 123 
Retirement Administration, Division of 

Public Employee (newsletter) 68 

retirement systems (state) 68 

revenue (directive) 36 

Revenue, Department of (report) 36 
Revenue, Department of-Division of Local 

Services (transition report) 38 

revenue, local (certification manual) 37 

Richmond v. Croson 1^,15 

rivers 1 

Route 3 34 

Route 20 36 



Salem-Gloucester PMSA (Primary Metropolitan 

Statistical Area) 26 

savings banks 62 

sawmills (directory) 9 

scholarships (pilot program) 5 

schools (assessment instrument) 69 

schools (attendance rates) 22 

school choice 21,87,110,111 

schools (distressed) 3 

schools (federal-state) 4 

schools (food service) 10 

schools (management) 22 

schools (middle) 125 

schools (reform of) 3 

schools (regional) 9 

schools (residential) 72 

schools (students) 69 

schools (suspension) 22 

schools (transportation) 105 

schools (truancy rates) 22 

schools (x-cycle) 68 

seaport strategy (Port Authority) 96 

secondary treatment facilities plan 136 

Secretary of State, Office of (report) 116 
Section 44 of Chapter 150 of the Acts 

of 1990 68 

service provider system 83 

sexual abuse 105 

sexual assault 102 

shelters (directory) 38 

shipping (rates, routes, and regulations) 97 

sickle cell anemia 85 

Smith College (bonds) 90 

smoking 107 

social services (reductions) 133 
Social Services, Department of (directory) 39 



163 



Social Services, Department of (merger) 80 
Social Services, Department of 

(needs assessment) 39 

Social Services, Department of (report) 38,39 
Social Services, Department of (transition 

report) 39 

soil sciences (newsletter) 131 

soils (contaminated) 12 

Soldiers' Home (transition report) 122 

solid waste (combustion facilities) 70 

solid waste (database) 71 

solid waste (disposal) 70,71 

solid waste (facilities) 70,71 

solid waste (masterplan) 70,71 

solid w^aste (regulations) 70 
South Coastal SDA (Service Delivery Area) 24,25,27 

Southeastern, MA (children's needs) 106 
Southeastern Massachusetts (nutrition 

directory) 113 
Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic 

Development District (report) 123 
Southern Essex SDA (Service Delivery Area) 24,25,27 
Southern Worcester SDA (Service Delivery 

Area) 24,25,27 
Special Investigations, Bureau of 

(transition report) 10 

sporting licenses 66 
Springfield MSA (Metropolitan Statistical 

Area) 26 

Springfield Area (profile - children) 106 

staffing (state workforce) 76 

Standards, Division of (report) 73 

state (expenditures) 76 

State College Building Authority (report) 124 

state government (organization chart) 76 

State House (guide) 117 

State House (newsletter) 10,11 

state institutions (consolidation report) 88 

State Library (depository law) 31 

State Library (history) 125 

State Library (transition report) 125 
State Office Buildings, Bureau of 

(transition report) 10 
State Police Association - Unit 5A 

(contract) 112 

State Services (Citizen's Guide) 14 

statistics (libraries) 5 

statistics (Massachusetts) 9,121 

statistics (MBTA) 95 

Steamship Authority (report) 137 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

(commencement) 133 



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Stoneham, MA 

Stonehill College (bonds) 

streets (access) 

students (assessment instrument) 

students (attendance) 

students (bilingual) 

students (Black - union movement) 

students (college) 

students (discipline) 

students (enrollment) 

students (fees) 

students (foreign) 

students (graduate) 

students (Latino) 

students (minority) 

students (rights) 

students (special needs) 

students (suspensions) 

students (truancy) 

substance abuse 

Suffolk County (fire analysis) 

Sugarman, Paul (Special Master's report) 

surplus property 



99 
90 
98 
69 
22,69 

8 
13^ 
132 
69 
5,6 
6 

131 
131 
134 
69 
132 
8 

22 
22 
39 
65 
127 
1U 



tanks (underground storage) 11 

Taunton, MA 10^1 

Taunton River I37 

Tax Board, Appellate (report) 1 

tax-exempt securities 57 

taxes (cities and towns) 36 

taxes (corporation) 36 

taxes (excise) 36 

taxes (foreign corporation) 36 

taxes (income - bonds) 57 

taxes (Massachusetts - forms) 36 

taxes (Massachusetts - guide) 37 

taxes (payment in lieu of) 37 

taxes (property) 36 

taxes (real estate exemptions) 38 

taxpayers (newsletter) 38 

taxpayers (rights) 36 

teachers (pensions) 57 

teachers (programs) 11 
Technology Development Corporation (report) 128 

telecommunications (education) 95 

television (education) 111 

third harbor tunnel (final report) 34,35 

third harbor tunnel (index of documents) 34 

third harbor tunnel (newsletter) 34 

third harbor tunnel (procurements) 115 



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third harbor tunnel (public hearing) 35 

third harbor tunnel (public testimony) 35 

Thrift Fund (financial statement) 128 

Thrift Fund (report) 128 

timber harvesters (directory) 9 

tires (disposal) 70 

tourism (Fall 1990 events) 117 

tourism (report) 117 

town centers (growth guide) 98 

town clerks (manual) 129 

toxics (guidelines for classifying) 28 

toxics use (survey) 28 

toxic use reduction 28 

trade (directory) 112 

trade (environmental - energy directory) 112 

trade (international - guide) 112 
Trade and Investment, Office of International 

(report) 113 

traffic (central artery) 82 

traffic (data) 11 

traffic (statistics) 11 

training institutions 26,27 

transfer stations 69 

transition report (Appellate Tax Board) 1 
transition report (Board of Conciliation 

and Arbitration) 81 
transition report (Board of Regents of 

Higher Education) 5 

transition report (Budget Bureau) 8 
transition report (Bureau of Special 

Investigations) 10 
transition report (Bureau of State Office 

Buildings) 10 
transition report (Civil Service Commission) 14 
transition report (Commission Against 

Discrimination) 14 
transition report (Commission for the Deaf 

and Hard of Hearing) 16 
transition report (Commission on Indian 

Affairs) 16 
transition report (Criminal Justice Training 

Council) 19 
transition report (Department of Correction) 20,21 
transition report (Department of Industrial 

Accidents) 81 
transition report (Department of Labor and 

Industries) 81 
transition report (Department of Medical 

Security) 29 
transition report (Department of Mental 

Health) 29 



166 



transition report (Department of Mental 

Retardation) 29 

transition report (Department of Personnel 

Administration) 30 

transition report (Department of Procurement 

and General Services) 31 

transition report (Department of Public 

Health) 33 

transition report (Department of Public 

Safety) 33 

transition report (Department of Public 

Welfare) 33 

transition report (Department of Public 

Works) 34 

transition report (Department of Revenue) 37 
transition report (Department of 

Revenue-Division of Local Services) 38 

transition report (Department of Social 

Services) 59 

transition report (Department of Youth 

Services) 59 

transition report (Developmental Disabilities 

Council) 60 

transition report (Disabled Persons 

Protection Commission) 61 

transition report (Division of Administrative 

Law Appeals) 61 

transition report (Division of Capital 

Planning and Operations 63 

transition report (Division of Energy 

Resources) 64 

transition report (Division of Public 

Employee Retirement Administration) 68 

transition report (Division of Registration) 69 
transition report (Education - Governor's 

Advisor) 61 

transition report (Energy Facilities Siting 

Council) 75 

transition report (Executive Office for 

Administration and Finance) 76 

transition report (Executive Office of 

Communities and Development) 77 

transition report (Executive Office of 

Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation) 78 
transition report (Executive Office of 

Economic Affairs) 78 

transition report (Executive Office of Elder 

Affairs) 79 

transition report (Executive Office of 

Environmental Affairs) 79 

transition report (Executive Office of 

Human Services) 80 



167 



transition report (Executive Office of Labor) 81 
transition report (Executive Office of 

Transportation and Construction) 82 
transition report (Governor's Highway Safety 

Bureau) 87 
transition report (Governor's Office of 

Economic Development) 78 
transition report (Group Insurance 

Commission) 89 
transition report (Industrial Services 

Program) 81 
transition report (Joint Labor-Management 

Committee) 81 
transition report (Labor Relations 

Commission) 81 
transition report (Low-Level Radioactive 

Waste Management Board) 94 

transition report (Mediation Service) 97 

transition report (Office for Children) 103 
transition report (Office for Refugees and 

Immigrants) 107 
transition report (Office of Employee 

Relations) 112 
transition report (Office of Handicapped 

Affairs) 112 
transition report (Office of Management 

Information Systems) 113 
transition report (Office of the 

Comptroller) 114 
transition report (Office of the Commissioner 

of Veterans' Services) 114 

transition report (Parole Board) 118 

transition report (Port Authority) 97 

transition report (Rate Setting Commission) 121 
transition report (Rehabilitation 

Commission) 122 

transition report (Soldiers' Home) 122 

transition report (State Library) 125 
transition report (State Office of 

Affirmative Action) 126 

transition report (Turnpike Authority) 128 

transportation (bond bill) 115 

transportation (Blueprint 2000) 116 

transportation (improvement program) 7,123 

transportation (newsletter) 95,117 

transportation (Old Colony) 118 

transportation (ridership) 95 

transportation (schools) 105 

transportation (statistics) 95 

transportation (T service) 95 
Transportation and Construction, Executive 

Office of (transition report) 82 



168 



transportation program (Boston) 7 

trapping licenses 66 

travel (Massachusetts - guidebook) 117 

travelers bill of rights 96 
Treasurer, Department of the (quarterly 

report) 58 
Treasurer's report (Convention Center 

Authority) 58 

tree wardens 130 

trees (Christmas) 29 

Trotter Institute (newsletter) 89,135 

trust companies (report) 81 

trust fund (unemployment insurance) 27-28 

tuberculosis 73 
Turnpike Authority (Inspector General's 

report) 115 

Turnpike Authority (report) 128 

Turnpike Authority (transition report) 128 



UFFI (urea formaldehyde foam) 71 

UMASS (financial report) 82 

UMASS (news - Amherst) 133 

unemployment insurance (trust fund) 27,28 

university (values) 131 



vegetation management 119 

Venezuelan Andes 130 

veterans (change in status) 130 

veterans (directory) 114 

veterans (services) 16 
Veterans' Services, Office of the 

Commissioner of (transition report) 114 
Victim and Witness Assistance Board (report) 136 

victims (crime) 136 

violence 17,128 

violence (Black community) 135 

violence (domestic) 127 

voter registration (manual) 129 

votes (election - November 1990) 75 

voting (information) 116 



wages 23 

Walpole landfill (alternatives) 87 

waste (disposal) 71 

waste disposal (spills) 11 

waste site (policy) 11,12 



169 



waste sites (cleanup) 29 

waste sites (interim measures) 11 

waste sites (policy) 11,12 
waste sites (PRPs [potentially responsible 

parties]) 12 

waste, solid (combustion facilities) 70 

waste, solid (database) 71 

waste, solid (disposal) 70,71 

waste, solid (facilities) 70,71 

waste, solid (masterplan) 70,71 

waste, solid (regulations) 70 

wastewater 73 

water (Cape Cod) 137 

water (chemicals) 128 

water (coastal) 136 

water (directory of suppliers) 74 

water (drinking) 29 

water (effluents) 130 

water (ground) 73,99,137 

water (management) 73 

water (planning) 73 

water (pollutants) 73 

water (pollution research projects) 73 

water (public) 74 

water (quality) 73,137 

water (rates) 136 

water (suppliers) 74 

water (supply) 74 

Water Resources Authority (bonds) 136 

Water Resources Authority (report) 136 

Weld, William F. (inaugural address) 86 

Weld-Celluci fiscal plan 86,87 

welfare benefits (prisoners) 83 

wells (requirements) 12 

Westborough, MA 107 

Westfield River 74 

Weymouth, MA 34 

wetlands (atlas) 102 

wetlands (newsletter) 74 

whale watch (guide) 117 

wheelchair accessibility 66 

white goods (disposal) 71 

White goods (landfills) 71 

WIC program (women, infants and children) 32,65 

Wildlife 102 

wildlife (atlas) 102 
William Monroe Trotter Institute 

(UMASS/Boston) 135 

Woburn, MA 31 

women (discrimination) 14-16 

women (writers) 130 



170 



Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket 

Steamship Authority 137 

Worcester, MA 104 

Worcester MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area) 26 

Worcester State Hospital (adolescents) 105 

workers' compensation 57 

workers' compensation (report) 137 

workforce (executive branch - analysis) 84 

workforce (housing) 98 

workforce, state (staffing) 76 

writers (women) 130 



youth (behavior survey) 21 

youth (commitments) 59 

youth (pretrial detention) 59 

Youth Services, Department of (report) 59 

Youth Services, Department of (transition 

report) 59 



zoos (state) 115 



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Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1991. 1992 
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Report on Charitable Fundraising. 1992 10 p. 924/8 

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Home Improvement and Mortgage Scams in Massachusetts: Enforcement, 
Legislation and Regulation. 1992 14 p. 924/10 

Lead Poisoning Task Force ' 

Report. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/11 /2) G I . 3 : f\ ^9/^ 
Publications Coordinator 

AGenda: Elderly, vol. 1, no. 1, September 1992. 1992 13 p. 
924/12 



Attorney General's Office, Publications Coordinator , continued 

AGenda: Fraud, vol. 1, no. 1, August 1992. 1992 10 p. 
924/13 

AGenda: Urban Issues, vol. 1, no. 1, November 1992. 1992 
12 p. 924/14 

Basic Skills Testing Program 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Chapter 188 

The Massachusetts Basic Skills Testing Program: A Summary 
of the First Year's Statewide Results. 1987 28 p. 921/4 

Bay State Skills Corporation 

101 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 

Towards the 21st Century: Preparing Our Students for the 
Global Economy. 1992 [var. pag. ] [Conference Kit (Sponsored 
by the Bay State Centers for Global Education)] 922/6 

Berkshire CoiBnunity College 

1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Five-Year Plan, Executive Summary. 1983 5 p. 923/4 

Berkshire Regional Transit Authority 

67 Downing Parkway, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Annual Report FY90-91. n.d. [unpaged] 922/7 

Board of Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Boston, MA 02169 

FY93 School Facilities Needs Report, Executive Summary. 1992 

5 p. 924/15 E p 3Q, 3 ; <Jc^G5p /c/'-e ,,M 

Report of the Executive Committee on Education Reform. 1992 
17 p. 924/16 

Board of Library Commissioners 

648 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215 

102nd Annual Report FY91. 1992 40 p. 924/17 



Board of LibreoiY Coamissioners , continued 

1992 Supplement to the Massachusetts Long Range Program, 
1991-1996. 1991 [var. pag. ] 921/5 ^^^^^^ ^^^^j_^,^W 

Community Collaborations for Family Literacy Handbook .So^ A? c>-n 
By Shelley Quezada and Ruth S. Nickse 1992 [var. pag.'j '^ 
[Funded through an LSCA Title VI Grant] 923/5 

Data Analysis and Research Unit '"- q 0*"=^ * ^ " C"T 3 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Personnel FY92. 1992 
68 p. 923/6 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Selected Statistics FY91. 
1992 49 p. 923/7 

Library Development Unit 

LSCA (Library Services and Construction Act): Special Projects 
Reports FY86-90. n.d. [var. pag.] 923/8 



Task Force on Preservation and Access 



ep«,=.-Ly^,^^^^ 



Preserved to Seirve: The Massachusetts Preservation Agenda. 
1992 36 p. 922/8 E P i^ .15 .■ f U 

Board of Regents of Higher Education 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency is now called the Higher Education 
Coordinating Council. ^0N ^ • p o 9/^ 

1982 - 1983 Annual Report: Long Range Plan for Public Higher 
Education in Massachusetts. 1983 [unpaged] 923/9 

1984 - 1985 Annual Report: Long Range Plan for Public Higher 
Education in Massachusetts, n.d. 8 p. 923/10 

1985 - 1986 Annual Report: Long Range Plan for Public Higher 
Education in Massachusetts. 1986 8 p. 923/11 

1985 Campus Plan Update Guidelines, n.d. 2 p. 923/12 

1985 Enrollment Planning Guidelines, n.d. 4 p. 923/13 

Annual Progress Report FY85 Relative to a Five Year Master 
Plan for Public Higher Education in the Commonwealth. 1985 9 p. 
See also: 1985 House Doc 6694 923/14 

Annual Report FY83 Relative to a Five Year Master Plan for 
Public Higher Education in the Commonwealth. 1983 8 p. See also: 
1983 House Doc 6753 923/15 



Board of Regents of Higher Education, continued 

Note: This agency is now called the Higher Education 
Coordinating Council. 

Community College Services for the South Shore: A Preliminary 
Report to the Joint Committee on Education on the Future of Quincy 
Junior College. 1985 [var. pag.] 923/16 

Enrollment Auditing System Report, State-Supported Enrollment: 
Headcount and Full Time Equivalency (FTE) Enrollment at 
Massachusetts' Community Colleges, State Colleges and Public 
Universities. 1984 106 p. 923/17 

Memorandum: FY87 Budget. 1985 [var. pag.] 85 Series - #154 
923/18 

Report of the Tuition Review Panel. 1990 19 p. 922/9 

Tuition Policy, Revised December 1984. 1984 [var. pag.] 
922/10 

Division of Policy, Planning & Research 

Massachusetts Public Colleges & Universities: Campus Data 
Report. 1987 122 p. 922/11 

Employee Relations Division 

Collective Bargaining in Massachusetts Public Higher Education. 
1988 48 p. 923/19 

Boston Metropolitem Planning Organization 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Central Tr anspor tat i on Planning Staff 

Unified Planning Work Program FY89. n.d. [var. pag.] 
[Copies are available from the State Transportation Library 
at the address above.] 921/6 

Unified Planning Work Program FY90. n.d. [var. pag.] [Copies are 
available from the State Transportation Library at the address 
above.] 921/7 

Unified Planning Work Program FY93: Intermodal Surface 
Transportation Efficiency Act. 1992 [var. pag.] [U.S. House 
Representatives, 102nd Congress, 1st Session, Report 102-404] 
924/18 



Bridgewater State College 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Undergraduate/Graduate Catalogue 1990 - 1991. n.d. 324 p. 
923/20 

Bristol Community College 

777 Elsbree Street, Fall River, MA 02720 

Long-Range Plan, Executive Summary, n.d. 3 p. 923/21 

Bureau of Adult Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Massachusetts Plan for Adult Basic Education FY90-95. 1992 
[var. pag.l 922/12 £1)03,^ ', j^ 3^^ 

Bureau of Early Childhood Programs 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Chapter 188: Early Childhood Standards for Programs for 
Three-and Four-Year Olds. 1988 30 p. 924/19 ^r, -5,1 q. •, 

Planning Transitions: Guide to Planning Transitions for * 
Young Children and Their Families. By Linda Warren and Sandra 
Putnam Franklin 1991 61 p. [Prepared in conjunction with the 
Department of Public Health, Programs Serving Children: Birth 
Through Two and Their Families] 924/20 ^^^ , ^ , r '=^\A 

£Di \, J^ -\7\ \ 

Bureau of Employee Development 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

•••Management Skills for Massachusetts Supervisors: Instructor 
Training. 1982 [var. pag.] 923/22 

Bureau of Environmental Health Assessment 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Leominster Environment and Health Investigation Interim 
Report. 1992 [var. pag.] 922/13 li'^ T-? 3'/ "^ 

Report of Medical Record Review: Leominster Autism Investigation 
Expert Review Panel. 1992 5 p. 922/14 , ^ ^ 



Bureau of Equity and Language Services 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Guidelines and Program Models in the Education of Language 
Minority Students in Massachusetts: Chapter 71A Transitional 
Bilingual Education. 1991 37 p. 921/8 r- -. —) r (TxJ 

Bureau of Health Statistics, Research and Evaluation 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Advance Data: Births 1990. 1992 69 p. [Copies are available 
from the agency at the above address.] 922/15 

Advance Data: Deaths 1990. By Joan L. Garncarski 1992 70 p. 
[Copies are available from the agency at the above address 6r 
by calling (617) 727-DATA. ] 923/24 

Advance Data: Deaths 1991. By Bruce B. Cohen et al. 1992 
60 p. [Copies are available from the agency at the above address or 
by calling (617) 727-DATA.] 924/21 

Behavioral Risk Factors and Preventive Health Measures: 
Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveys 1986-90. 1992 
loop. 924/22 HS ^0,QP^ -'BS^ 

Cancer Registry 

Cancer Incidence in Massachusetts 1982 - 1989. By Susan T. 
Gershman et al. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/23 

Biureau of Information Technology Acquisitions 

One Ashburton Place, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

The BITA Manual. 1992 114 p. 924/24 f v^SL^ MS O ^ 

Bureau of Parent, Child and Adolescent Health 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Maternal Serum Alpha-Feto Protein Screening Test, Revised June 
1990. 1990 9 p. 924/25 ^ $ a'0 , 50 ^ : M^^ 

Division of School Age and Adolescent Health 

Comprehensive Curriculum Guidelines on HIV/AIDS, Grades K-12. 
By Christine Robinson 1991 82 p. 921/9 ^ 



Bureau of Plant Pest Control 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Directory of Certified Massachusetts Greenhouses and Nurseries 
1991-92. 1992 31 p. 921/10 

Bureau of School Nutrition Services 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

New Directions in Nutrition Education and School Food Services, 
Winter 1992. 1992 8 p. 921/11 

New Directions in Nutrition Education and School Food Services, 
vol. 2, no. 3, Spring 1992. 1992 8 p. 922/16 

New Directions in Nutrition Education and School Food Services, 
vol. 3, no. 1, Fall 1992. 1992 8 p. 924/26 

News & Notes for Special Nutrition Programs, Spring 1992. 1992 
4 p. 922/17 

Bureau of Special Education Appeals 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Appeals News, Volume 13, Winter 1991. 1991 56 p. 921/12 



BSEA Hearing Procedures, Revised. 1992 13 p. 923/25 

Chapter 766: Special Education Appeals Guidelines. 1977 
[var. pag. ] 921/13 

Decisions, Volume 43. 1992 307 p. 921/14 

A Parent's Guide to the Special Education Appeals Process. 
1992 lip. 923/26 EpS^g-^.f^^ 

Bureau of Substance Abuse Services 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Disparities in Health Status Among Racial and Ethnic Groups 
in Massachusetts. By Christopher Christian 1992 140 p. 
[Prepared by: Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 922/18 

Drunk Drivers in Massachusetts: A Follow-Up Evaluation of 
Chapter 373, Acts of 1982. By Dennis McCarty et al. 1992 30 p, 
[Prepared in cooperation with the Office of the Commissioner of 
Probation] 923/26 cT^S^, ^--D^^ 

PRISM Directory: Prevention, Resources and Intervention of 
Services of Massachusetts, n.d. 28 p. 923/27 



Bureau of Transportation Planning and Developiaent 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Traffic Volumes 1991. 1992 [var. pag.] [Prepared in conjunction 
with the Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transpor- 
tation] 924/27 

Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Documentation for the Risk Assessment Shortform Residential 
Scenario. 1992 [var. pag.] Policy #WSC/ORS-142-02 [Copies are 
available in the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 
02133 (617) 727-2834.] 924/28 . E./\li O,^ '» D G Q 

User's Guide: Risk Assessment Shortform Residential Exposure 
Scenario, Version 1.6. 1992 28 p. Policy #WSC/ORS-142-92 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 924/29 t^ ^ '^C)/^ '. (jcQ 

Public Participation Branch 

List of Confirmed Disposal Sites and Locations to be 
Investigated, Part 1 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] [Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 921/15 

List of Confirmed Disposal Sites and Locations to be 
Investigated, Part 2 1992. 1992 132 p. [Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 921/16 

Buzzards Bay Project 

2 Spring Street, Marion, MA 02738 

Annual Report 1988 - 1989. n.d. 27 p. 923/28 

Bay Watch, vol. 6, no. 1, May 1991. 1991 4 p. 923/29 

Bay Watch, vol. 6, no. 2, June/July 1991. 1991 4 p. 923/30 

Bay Watch, vol. 6, no. 3, Fall 1991. 1991 4 p. 923/31 

Bay Watch, vol. 7, no. 1, Winter 1992. 1992 4 p. 923/32 

Bay Watch, vol. 7, no. 2, April/May 1992. 1992 4 p. 923/33 

Executive Summary: Buzzards Bay Comprehensive Conservation and 
Management Plan. 1991 13 p. [In cooperation with the U.S. 
Environmental Protection Agency, Region I] 924/30 



Buzzards Bay Project, continued 

Volume I (Management Recommendations and Action Plans): Buzzards 
Bay Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan. By Joseph Costa 
et al. 1991 254 p. [In cooperation with the U.S. Environmental 
Protection Agency, Region I] 924/31 

Volume II (Financial Plan): Buzzards Bay Comprehensive 
Conservation and Management Plan. 1991 139 p. [In cooperation 
with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region I] 924/32 

Volume III (Monitoring Plan) : Buzzards Bay Comprehensive 
Conservation and Management Plan. By James A. Blake et al. 1991 
84 p. [In cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 
Region I] 924/33 

Cape Cod Conmunity College 

Route 132, West Barnstable, MA 02668 

A Plan of Action 1983 - 1988, Executive Summary* 1983 3 p. 
923/34' 

Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority 

585 Main Street, P.O. Box 2006, Dennis, MA 02638 

Annual Report FY91. n.d. [unpaged] 923/35 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Traffic and Transit Volumes, Boston Region 1975 - 1979. 
By William E. Sperbeck and Shahrzad Almasi 1981 7 p. [Includes 
maps] 923/36 

Children's Trust Fund 

c/o Office for Children, 10 West Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report FY91. 1991 [unpaged] [This is the first annual 
report.] 921/17 

Christopher Coliunbus Quincentennial Conunission 

Room 314, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

1992 Commemorative Calendar of Events, Fall Supplement. 1992 
[unpaged] 924/34 y 3 , (^Q GlQ : C "^3 /3/S,^.p, 

***500 Celebrate Discovery, 1992 Commemorative Calendar or Events, 
Massachusetts. n.d. 24 p. 923/37 ^ ^ r^ ^ ^ 

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Christopher Coltunbus Quincentennial Commission, contninued 

Celebrate Discovery Kit. n.d. [var. pag. ] [Materials prepared 
in conjunction with Celebrate Discovery, Inc., 229 Berkeley Street, 
Boston, MA 02116.] 921/18 y 3^ Q^Q Q . Q -gg/^.t 

Celebratingthe Spirit of Discovery in Massachusetts: 
Quincentennial Dinner, October 9, 1992. 1992 16 p. 924/35 

sail Boston Y'^, CC Q^Q \ 0-^3/^ 

***Sail Boston 1992. 1992 15 p. 923/38 ^ -^ T r Q\ ^- Q O 1 

Citizen Information Service 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1611, Boston, MA 02108 

Citizens' Guide to State Services: A Selective Listing of 
Governmental Agencies and Programs, 6th Edition, n.d. 232 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 922/19 C^L'^ 'C^IBM 

Your State Legislators 1991 - 1992, Updated 4/92 
(Includes 5/20/92 correction sheet). 1992 62 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 922/20 

Coastal Zone Management Office 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Barrier Beach Management Sourcebook. By Lester B. Smith et al. 
1983 [var. pag.] 923/39 

Ocean Sanctuaries Coordinator 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1304, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Ocean Sanctuaries Act: Questions and Answers. 
1991 2 p. [Includes 1 map sheet] 924/36 '\Z^f^ R -~^ " OC'^/^^T) 

Commission Against Discrimination 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report Fy90. n.d. 15 p. 924/37 

Annual Report FY91. n.d. 8 p. 924/38 

Annual Report FY92. 1992 18 p. 924/39 

Report on Civil Disorders: Could It Happen Here? 1992 9 p. 
924/40 /] F S>A : ^^"^13 



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Commission on the Future of the State College and Community 
College Systems 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1401, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency is part of the Executive Office of Educational 
Affairs which was established by Chapter 142 of the Acts of 1991. 

Report: Responding to Change; New Directions for Public Colleges 
in Massachusetts. 1992 39 p. [See also: 921/19] 922/21 

Summary of Preliminary Recommendations (Discussion Draft) . 1992 
10 p. 921/19 

Committee on Criminal Justice 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Statewide Strategy FY93 : Drug Control and System Improvement 
Formula Grants Program, n.d. [var. pag. ] 924/41 

G ^ . ^ •• s A a, ^ / ^ r!) 
statistical Analysis Center 

Guidelines for Campus Police: Hate Crime Training. By William 
M. Holmes 1992 9 p. [Funding provided by the U.S. Bureau of 
Justice Statistics] 923/40 Q^ Q "■ b^Hf 

Hate Crime Reporting: Obstacles, Facilitators and Strategies, 
Executive Summary. By William M. Holmes et al. 1992 5 p. 
[Funding provided by the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics and 
Harvard University] 923/41 fJ^^'M 'K\ 

The Networker: Data Tools for Law Enforcement, Spring 1992. 
1992 6 p. 922/22 

Strategies for Implementing NIBRS (National Incident Based 
Reporting System) in Law Enforcement Agencies. By William M. 
Holmes 1992 16 p. [Funding provided by the U.S. Bureau of 
Justice Statistics] 923/42 q a, ^ : Sf^^ 

Comnonwealth Museum 

Columbia Point, 220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Massachusetts Places: A Local Studies Sourcebook (Draft). 
1992 29 p. 922/23 

Community Antenna Television Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Cable Television License Extensions: Advisory Opinion. 1992 
4 p. [Includes memorandum from the General Counsel.] 923/43 



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Coinmunity Antenna Television ConiDission , continued 

Notice of Inquiry: Cable Television Disclosure by Community 
Access Entities. 1992 5 p. Docket No. R-21 924/42 

Report and Order. 1992 2 p. Docket No. R-20 923/44 

Convention Center Authority 

900 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115 

Annual Report 1986. n.d. 24 p. 923/45 

Combined Financial Statements as of June 30, 1991 and 1990 
together with Auditors' Reports. 1991 31 p. [Prepared by: 
Arthur Andersen & Co.] 921/20 

Financial Statements as of June 30, 1989 and 1988 together with 
Auditor's Report. 1989 24 p. [Prepared by: Arthur Andersen & Co.] 
923/46 CC B i .%. i /a ; 

Multi-Purpose Arena Feasibility Study: Final Report, Appendices. 
1984 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Howard Needles, Tammen & 
Bergendoff] 923/47 

Corporations Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

1991 Fourth Quarterly Report. 1992 271 p. 921/21 

1992 First Quarterly Report. 1992 399 p. 922/24 
1992 Second Quarterly Report. 1992 327 p. 923/48 

Correctional Industries 

P.O. Box 185, Norfolk, MA 02056 

FY93 Business Plan. n.d. [var. pag.] 924/43 

Council on the Arts and Humanities 

80 Boylston Street, lOth floor, Boston, MA 02116 
Note: This agency has been changed to the Massachusetts 
Cultural Council. 

Guide to Program and Services (In Spanish). 1980 [var. pag.] 
923/49 

Guide to Programs and Services (In Spanish). 1981 46 p. 
923/50 



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Crininal History Systems Board 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Bosotn, MA 02215 

Preliminary 1991 Crime Statistics. 1992 9 p. 922/25 

Crime Reporting Unit 

Hate Crime /Hate Incidents in Massachusetts: 1991 Annual Report. 
1992 [var. pag.] 922/26 

Crininal Justice Training Council 

1155 Central Avenue, Needham, MA 02192 

Criminal Law Reference Handbook, Fifth Edition. 1988 76 p. 

Domestic Violence Response Reference Handbook, First Edition. 
1991 68 p. 922/27 pS'^.^'^y] 

Project DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education): Teaching 
Elementary School Students to say "No" to Tobacco, Alcohol and 
Drugs. 1991 245 p. 921/22 P) C ^ f^ 9 '> Pi 4 

Student Rules & Regulations for Police Academies, Revised 8/1/90. 
1991 [var. pag.] 921/23 

Metro Boston Complex 

Course Schedule January 1992 - June 1992. 1992 35 p. 
922/28 

Department of Correction 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

1990 Annual Statistical Report of the Furlough Program. 
By Robert J. Tenaglia, Jr. 1991 35 p. Publication 362 922/29 

1990 Court Commitments to the Massachusetts Department of 
Correction. By Linda K. Holt 1991 61 p. Publication 361 921/24 

Court Commitments to Massachusetts County Facilities During 1990. 
By Robert Tenaglia, Jr. 1992 56 p. Publication 366 923/51 

Errata for Report #353: A Statisical Description of Residents 
of Massachusetts Correctional Institutions on January 1, 1990. 1992 
4 p. 922/30 



I 



Population Movements in the Massachusetts Department of Correction 
1990. By Ramon V. Raagas 1992 58 p. Publication 365 922/31 



14 



Departnent of Correction, continued 

Population Movements in the Massachusetts Department of Correction 
1991. By Ramon V. Raagas 1992 55 p. Publication 368 924/45 

A Statistical Description of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions During 1990. By Michael White 1991 
161 p. Publication 364 921/25 

A Statistical Description of Residents of Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions on January 1, 1991. By Lisa Lorant 
1991 144 p. Publication 363 922/32 

Statistical Tables Describing the Background Characteristics 
and Recidivism Rates for Releases from Massachusetts Correctional 
Institutions During 1989. By Michael A. White 1992 83 p. 
Publication 367 923/52 

Research Unit 

Research Publications of The Massachusetts Department of 
Correction from 1959 to the Present. 1992 33 p. 922/33 

Departnent of Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Excellence in Social Studies Education: The Foundation of 
Active Citizenship. 1988 67 p. [Developed by: Massachusetts 
Council for Social Studies] 923/53 

Guidelines for the Education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing 
Students. 1989 76 p. 922/34 £. D^ L ^ '. G "l *-/ 

Bureau of Data Collection and Processing 

School Directory 1990-91. n.d. 81 p. [Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 921/26 

Chelsea Oversight Panel 

Report on the Second Year of Implementation of the Chelsea 
School Committee/Boston University Agreement 1990 - 1991. n.d. 
4 p. 921/27 ED•^^^^C4Q/^ 
Early Childhood Advisory Council 

Working Together: Future Trends, Vol. IV. 1992 53 p. 
[An ethnographic view of interagency collaboration] 922/35 



^/D^K).lO'^-W'2'f. 



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Department of Education, continued 

Lucretia Crocker Fellows 

Exemplary Teacher Initiated Programs 1991 - 1992. 1991 12 p. 
921/28 

Office of Legislative Affairs 

Legislative Proposals 1991. 1991 42 p. 921/29 

Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation 

Chapter 188 State Report on High School Graduation Requirements 
Based on the FY87 Chapter' 188 School and District Assessment. 
By Janet P. Swartz et al. 1988 14 p. 923/54 

Commissioner's Operational Plan FY90: End-of-the-Year Report. 

1990 13 p. 921/30 

Commissioner's Operational Plan FY91: End-of-the-Year Report. 

1991 38 p. 921/31 

Dropout Rates in Massachusetts Public Schools: 1990. By Cheryl 
Almeida and Jeff Nellhaus 1992 50 p. 921/32 

Information about Public Education in Massachusetts. 1992 12 p. 
922/36 •[= DQ^,Q',jr:N 3/?75 

Plans of High School Graduates, Class of 1989. 1991 [var. pag.] 
924/46 

Plans of High School Graduates, Class of 1990. 1992 20 p. 
924/47 

Report on the Condition of the Public Schools in Holyoke, 
Lawrence, Brockton and Chelsea. 1991 64 p. [Prepared in 
conjunction with the Bureau of Student Development and Health and 
the Division of Special Education] 921/33 fg Q 3. 1 /^ '' '^9^^1 / 

School Directory 1991 - 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] [Copies are 
available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 
02133 (617) 727-2834.] 924/48 

A Snapshot of Support for Public Education FY92: State and 
Federal Grants for Massachusetts Schools. 1992 103 p. 923/55 

Office of the Commissioner 

Commissioner's Operational Plan for FY89. 1988 18 p. 922/37 

Commissioner's Operational Plan for FY90. 1989 16 p. 922/38 



16 



Department of Education, Office of the Commissioner , continued 

Commissioner's Operational Plan for FY91. 1990 16 p. 922/39 

Commissioner's Operational Plan for Fy92. 1991 16 p. 922/40 

Commissioner's Operational Plan for FY92: End-of-the-Year Report. 
1992 55 p. 922/42 

End-of-the-Year Assessment FY92, Coiomissioner's Operational Plan:. 
1992 9 p. 922/41 

Mid-Year Assessment Commissioner's Operational Plan for FY91. 1992 
37 p. 922/43 

Mid-Year Assessment Commissioner's Operational Plan for 'FY92. 
922/44 

Mid-Year Report on the Commissioner's Operational Plan for FY89. 

1989 25 p. 922/45 

Mid-Year Report on the Commissioner's Operational Plan for FY90. 

1990 10 p. 922/46 

Mid-Year Report on the Commissioner's Operational Plan for FY91. 

1991 6 p. 922/47 

Department of En^loyment and Training 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 

Governor's Coordination and Special Services Plan FY90: 
Wagner-Peyser Plan FY90. 1989 [var. pag.] [Prepared for the 
MASSJOBS Coxincil. See also: 921/116-119] 921/34 

Governor's Coordination and Special Services Plan FY91-92. 
1990 [var. pag.] [Prepared for the MASSJOBS Council. See also: 
921/116-119] 921/35 

Governor's Coordination and Special Services Plan Modification 
FY92. 1991 [var. pag.] [Prepared for the MASSJOBS Council. 
See also: 921/116-119] 921/36 

Massachusetts Economic Bulletin, July 1992. 1992 4 p. 923/56 

Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Service Representatives 
Handbook, n.d. [unpaged] 922/48 

Unemployment Insurance in Massachusetts and a Comparison with 
Other States. 1992 31 p. 923/57 ^ ^ ^ , -^ 



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Department of Employment and Training, continued 

Field Research Service/Evaluation Department 

An Overview of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance System. 
1992 26 p. 923/58 /n A ^ , o^ ' ^^^fekf 

ova 

Field Service Research 

Boston PMSA 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/49 

Brockton PMSA 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/50 

Defense Spending in Massachusetts. By Edward F. Kaznocha 1991 
[var. pag.] 922/49 M /^ ^-P '' D3^/^ 

Fall River PMSA 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/51 

Fitchburg-Leominster MSA 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 
[unpaged] 924/52 

Lawrence-Haverhill PMSA 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 
[unpaged] 924/53 

Lowell PMSA 1908 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/54 

Massachusetts 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/55 

New Bedford MSA 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/56 

Pittsfield MSA 1908 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/57 

Salem-Gloucester PMSA 1985 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 
[unpaged] 924/58 

Springfield MSA 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/59 

Worcester MSA 1980 to 1991: Employment Trends. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/60 

Marketing and Customer Service Department 

Massachusetts Economic Quarterly, Fall 1992. 1992 8 p. 
924/61 



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Department of Eo^loyment and Training, continued 

Occupational Information Coordinating Committee M A Q ^^-^ X <~1A 

Building a Career Information Resource Center. By Julia A. 
Harris 1991 102 p. [Copies and information are available at 
the address above or at (617) 727-6718] 923/59 ^ ^ , 

Volume I The Job Guide for Human Resource, Counseling, and 
Placement Professionals: Occupational Staffing Patterns of 
Massachusetts Industries, n.d. 213 p. 3rd Edition [Prepared 
with the cooperation of the Center for Labor Market Studies at 
Northeastern University. Copies are available from the Occupational 
Information Coordinating Committee, Hurley Building, 2nd Floor, 
19 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114 (617) 727-6718.] 921/37 

Volume I/Part C The Job Guide for Human Resource, Counseling, 
and Placement Professionals: The Occupational Crosswalk, n.d. 
94 p. 3rd Edition [Prepared with the cooperation of the Center 
for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University. Copies are 
available from the Occupational Information Coordinating Committee, j 
Hurley Building, 2nd Floor, 19 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114 
(617) 727-6718.] 921/38 

Volume II The Job Guide for Human Resource, Counseling, and 
Placement Professionals, Name and Address Listing: Berkshire SDA/ 
Franklin/Hampshire SDA/Hampden SDA. n.d. 105 p. 3rd Edition 
[Prepared with the cooperation of the Center for Labor Market Studies 
at Northeastern University. Copies are available from the Occupational 
Information Coordinating Committee, Hurley Building, 2nd Floor, 
19 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114 (617) 727-6718.] 921/39 

Volume III The Job Guide for Human Resource, Counseling, and 
Placement Professionals, Name and Address Listings: Northern Worcester 
SDA, Southern Worcester SDA. n.d. 95 p. 3rd Edition [Prepared . 
with the cooperation of the Center for Labor Market Studies at \ 
Northeastern University. Copies are available from the Occupational \ 
Information Coordinating Committee, Hurley Building, 2nd Floor, 
19 Staniford Street, Boston ] 921/40 

Volume IV The Job Guide for Human Resource, Counseling and 
Placement Professionals, Name and Address Listings: Lower 
Merrimack Valley SDA, Northern Middlesex SDA, Southern Essex SDA. 
n.d. Ill p. 3rd Edition [Prepared with the cooperation of the 
Center for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University. 
Copies are available from the Occupational Information Coordinating 
Committee, Hurley Building, 2nd Floor, 19 Staniford Street, Boston, 
MA 02114 (617) 727-6718.] 921/41 



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Depeurtnent of Employment and Training, Occupational 
Information Coordinating Committee ^ continued 

Volume V The Job Guide for Human Resource, Counseling and 
Placement Professionals; Name and Address Listings: Metro North 
SDA, Metro South/West SDA. n.d. 211 p. [Prepared with the 
cooperation of the Center for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern 
University. Copies are available from the Occupational Information 
Coordinating Committee, Hurley Building, 2nd Floor, 19 Staniford 
Street, Boston, MA 02114 (617) 727-6718.] 921/42 

Volume VI The Job Guide for Human Resource, Counseling and 
Placement Professionals, Name and Address Listings: Boston SDA. 
n.d. 93 p. 3rd Edition [Prepared in cooperation with the Center 
for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University. Copies are 
available from the Occupational Information Coordinating Committee, 
Hurley Building, 2nd Floor, 19 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114 
(617) 727-6718.] 921/43 

Volume VII The Job Guide for Human Resource, Counseling and 
Placement Professionals, Name and Address Listings: Bristol SDA, 
Brockton SDA, New Bedford/Cape Cod & Islands SDA and South Coastal 
SDA. n.d. 178 p. 3rd Edition [Prepared with the cooperation of 
the Center for Labor Market Studies at Northeastern University. 
Copies are available from the Occupational Information Coordinating 
Committee, Hurley Building, 2nd Floor, 19 Staniford Street, Boston, 
MA 02114 (617) 727-6718.] 921/44 

Department of Environmental Mzinagement 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Guidelines for Operations and Land Stewardship (GOALS): 
Freetown - Fall River State Forest, September 1990. 1992 160 p. 
922/50 

Guidelines for Operations and Land Stewardship (GOALS): 
Freetown - Fall River State Forest, Executive Summary; September 
1990. 1990 38 p. 922/51 ^/; ) q -^^ G ^M /q 

Guidelines for Operations and Land Stewardship (GOALS): Tolland' 
State Forest, Executive Summary (Draft). 1992 50 p. 922/52 

Trails Program 

The Warner Trail through Norfolk County. By Mead Bradner 1991 
6 p. 923/60 



Department of Environmental Protection 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Basin Safe Yields. 1992 2 p. 922/53 



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Department of Environmental Protection, continued 

Suasco Basin Water Withdrawals. 1992 2 p. 922/54 

Department of Environmental Quality Engineering 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency is now called Department of Environmental 
Protection. 

List of Confirmed Sites of Oil and Hazardous Material Releases. 
1986 72 p. 923/61 

Department of Fisheries, Wildlife & Environmental Law Enforcement 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Envi r onmenta 1 Police. Headquarters Section 

100 Nashua Street, Room 910, Boston, MA 02114 p- /.^, , , , , 

Libel Guidelines. 1992 [unpaged] 922/55 

Department of Food and Agricultiare 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 3, no. 3, Autumn 1988. 1988 6 p. 
923/62 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 4, no. 1, Spring 1989. 1989 4 p. 
923/63 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 4, no. 2, Fall 1989. 1989 10 p. 
923/64 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 5, no. 1, Spring 1990. 1990 4 p. 
923/65 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 7, no. 2, Summer 1992. 1992 4 p. 
924/62 

Guide to Agricultural Composting. 1992 33 p. 923/66 

Vegetation Management Plan for Springfield Terminal/Boston and 
Maine Railroad. 1992 [var. pag. ] [Prepared by: Environmental 
Compliance Services, Inc.] 922/56 

Bureau of Markets 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 7, no. 1, Winter 1992. 1992 4 p. 
922/57 ^-r^rr^ 

Massachusetts Eggs and Egg Producers. 1992 2 p. 922/58 

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Department of Food and Agriculture, Bureau of Markets . continued 

Massachusetts Specialty Gifts and Products. 1992 6 p. 
922/59 

Division of Regulatory Services , Pesticide Bureau 

Pesticide Guidebook: Regulation, Registration and Resource 
Directory. 1992 42 p. 922/60 , j. ^ 5l ' "P M 4 / 1 

Pesticide Board Subcommittee 

Operational Procedures. 1992 50 p. [These procedures were 
approved July 8, 1987] 922/61 [^^5^-^- M-^gA f 

Department of Industrial Accidents 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Employers' Guide to Workers' Compensation. 1992 12 p. 
924/63 /fN A l^.a: G .V, 74 

Office of Education and Vocational Rehabi 1 i tat ion 

Your Guide to Workers' Compensation. 1992 4 p. 922/62 

Department of Medical Security 

600 Washington Street, Suite 2000, Boston, MA 02111 

Evaluation of the Healthy Kids Program, Request for Proposals, 
November 20, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/64 

"Healthy Kids": A Primary and Preventive Pediatric Health 
Insurance Program; Questions and Answers. 1992 4 p. 924/65 

Labor Shortage Initiative: Administration Request for Proposals. 
1992 [var. pag.] 922/63 H ^G^ ,-^ '^Lj^ 

Department of Mental Health 

160 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Community Client Record System: CCRS Handbook. 1980 59 p. 
[Prepared by: Seaside Education Associates] 923/67 

Metro-Boston Area Office 

25 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Request for Proposals for a Mental Health Systems Project for 
Metro-Boston. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/66 



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Department of Personnel Administration 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

1992 Pride in Performance Awards Ceremony, October 5, 1992. 
1992 22 p. 924/67 f\ F I /. ^ '. P <^ 3 

Legal Holidays in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1992 1 p. 
922/64 "/^ n I , -^ * U o'Q 

Massachusetts Merit System: Booklet on Open Competitive Civil 
Service Examinations Scheduled Between August 1, 1992 - January 30, 
1993. 1992 32 p. 923/68 

Human Resource Development Group 

Working Together: Building a Quality Workforce, Training 
Programs for State and Local Government October 1992 - June 1993. 
1992 56 p. 923/69 /^Fll,3^', W"=^1 

Department of Procurement and General Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Purchasing Agent's 
South Africa List. 1992 45 p. 923/70 p (i- 5 i.^ ' i^-^ ^^ 

Massachusetts State Agency for Surplus Property: Information 
Bulletin and Guide, n.d. 16 p. 923/71 f & S {. 2 ' f^ 'i'^i 

New Master Service Agreement #2H001 for Labor Arbitrators and 
Neutral Third Party Arbitrator Selection. 1992 5 p. 922/65 

Bureau of Information Technology Acquisitions fBITA) 

Blanket Contract for Adabas/Natural Application Programming 
Support and Programming Services. 1992 6 p. BITA File #0100-8934-2 
922/66 

Blanket Contract for Mainframe Computer Hardware Maintenance 
Services. 1992 5 p. BITA File #1104-9488-2 922/67 

Blanket Contract for Maintenance of Local Area Networks, 
Microcomputers and Peripherals. 1992 4 p. BITA File #0100-8988-1 
922/68 

Blanket Contract for Microcomputers and Related Products. 1992 
4 p. BITA File #1104-8875-2 922/69 

Blanket Contracts for Modems and Commune iat ions Equipment. 1992 
3 p. BITA File #1104-9130-2 922/70 

Blanket Contracts for Voice and Data Processing Goods and Services, 
1992 4 p. 922/71 

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Department of Piiblic Health 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Administrative Bulletin: Massachusetts Substance List for 
"Right-to-Know" Law, M.G.L. c. IIIF. 1991 93 p. [List is 
alphabetical and numerical.] 924/68 „ , , 

AIDS/HIV Treatment Directory for New England. 1992 19 p. 
[Prepared in conjunction with Community Research Initiative of 
New England] 922/72 /-^ % SO^^ '■^' ^ ^M 

Alphabetical Listing of Massachusetts Laboratories and Clinics as 
of May 21, 1992. 1992 51 p. [Copies are available from the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
922/73 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities as of May 21, 1992. 1992 
62 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 922/74 

Listing of Massachusetts Hospitals Alphabetically by Facility Name 
and Municipality as of May 21, 1992. 1992 18 p. [Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 922/75 



I 



Listing of Massachusetts Hospitals Alphabetically by Facility Name 
and Municipality. 1992 18 p. [Copies are available from the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
924/69 

Public Health Fact Sheet; Mosquito Repellents. 1992 2 p. 
922/76 ]-/ S^O , Q •• P7G/R ^o. 

Public Health Rounds. 1983 [var. pag. ] 923/72 

Upper Cape Cancer Incidence Study Final Report, Part 1. 
By Ann Aschengrau and David M. Ozonoff 1991 197 p. Submitted 
by: Boston University School of Public Health. Copies are 
available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, 
MA 02133 (617) 727-2834. 921/45 

Upper Cape Cancer Incidence Study Final Report, Part 2. 
By Ann Aschengrau and David M. Ozonoff 1991 [var. pag.] [Submitted 
by: Boston University School of Public Health. Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 921/46 

Upper Cape Cancer Incidence Study Final Report, Part 3. 
By Ann Aschengrau and David M. Ozonoff 1991 [unpaged] [Submitted by: 
Boston University School of Public Health. Copies are available from 
the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834.] 921/47 



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Depeurtment of Pviblic Health, continued 

Adolescent Violence Prevention Project 

Resource Directory: Building Healthier Communities (Draft), 
n.d. [var. pag. ] 922/77 

Office of the Commissioner 

A Review of the Southeastern Massachusetts Health Study. 
By Daniel Hoffman et al. 1992 34 p. [The review relates to 
the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth.] 924/70 

WIC (Women, Infants & Children) Program 

Questions & Answers about WIC. 1991 [unpaged] 921/48 

DepeLTtment of Public Safety 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

An Assessment of Emergency Medical Services. 1992 35 p. 
[Prepared by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 
Technical Assistance Team.] 922/78 fOS (Q,S', Ai "7 ^ 

Department of Public Welfeure 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Audit of the Pine Street Inn. 1992 39 p. Audit No. 92-754090069 
922/79 M^'^^-^\/S^^5 

Report on Standard Budgets of Assistance for the Aid to Families 
with Dependent Children Program FY91. n.d. 16 p. . 921/49 . , 

Department of Public works p^Q^'l/S- j- '^f^J^ 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 
Note: This agency is now called the Highway Department. 

Central Artery /Third Harbor Tunnel Project 
One South Station, Boston, MA 02110 

Access, vol. 6, no. 1, Winter 1992. 1992 4 p. 921/50 

Appendices - Volume 1 of 5 (Book 1 of 2): Draft Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final 
Section 4(f) Evaluation, n.d. [var. pag.] FHWA-AM-EIS-82-02-DS2 
[See also: 902/146 - 902/149] 924/71 



25 



Department of Public Works, Central Artery /Third Harbor Tunnel 
Project, continued 
Note: This agency is now called the Highway Department. 

Appendices - Volume 1 of 5 (Book 2 of 2): Draft Supplemental 
Environmental Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final 
Section 4(f) Evaluation. n.d. [var. pag. ] FHWA-MA-EIS-82-02-DS2 
[See also: 902/146 - 902/149] 924/72 

Appendices - Volume 2 of 5: Draft Supplemental Environmental 
Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) 
Evaluation. n.d. [var. pag.] FHWA-MA-EIS-82-02-DS2 [See also: 
902/146 - 902/149] 924/73 

Appendices - Volume 3 of 5: Draft Supplemental Environmental 
Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) 
Evaluation. n.d. [var. pag.] FHWA-MA-EIS-82-02-DS2 [See also: 
902/146 - 902/149] 924/74 

Appendices - Volume 4 of 5: Draft Supplemental Environmental 
Impact Statement/Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) 
Evaluation. n.d. [var. pag.] FHWA-MA-EIS-82-02-DS2 [See also: 
902/146 - 902/149] 924/75 

Appendices - Volume 5 of 5: Draft Supplemental Environmental 
Impact Statement /Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) 
Evaluation, n.d. [var. pag.] FHWA-MA-EIS-82-02-DS2 [See also: 
902/146 - 902/149] 924/76 

Revised Index: Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact 
Statement/Report and Supplemental Final Section 4(f) Evaluation, 
n.d. 52 p. FHWA-MA-EIS-82-02-DS2 [See also: 902/146 - 902/149] 
924/77 

Depar^bnent of Reven^^ 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02204 

Annual Report 1981 - 1982. 1983 116 p. 923/73 

***Annual Report 1982 - 1983. 1984 42 p. 923/74 

DOR Directive 92-1. 1992 2 p. 922/80 

DOR Directive 92-2. 1992 3 p. 922/81 

DOR Directive 92-3. 1992 3 p. 923/75 

DOR Directive 92-4. 1992 1 p. 924/78 

Massachusetts Corporations and Foreign Corporations Subject 
to an Excise, January 1, 1992. 1992 79 p. 922/82 



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Department of Revenue, continued 

Bureau of Accounts 

200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Annual Report on the Statistics of County Finances for the 
Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1990. 1992 [unpaged] Public 
Document 29 924/79 

Bureau of Analysis, Estimation and Research 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 800, Boston, MA 02204 

Massachusetts Economic Indicators: Annual Data Supplement. 
1992 44 p. [Copies are available from the Bureau at the address 
above. ] 924/80 

Massachusetts Statistics of Income: Individual Income Tax 
Returns 1990. 1992 132 p. 922/83 

Bureau of Local Assessment 

Standard for Conducting and Evaluating Ratio Studies, n.d. 
20 p. 923/76 

Child Support Enforcement Division 
215 First Street, Cambridge, MA 02142 

Policy and Procedures Manual. 1991 [var. pag.] 921/51 

A Special Report to the Legislature on Child Support Enforcement. 
992 [unpaged] 923/77 R^. Q.'. Sp3 1 

Division of Local Services 

200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 02114 

FY93 Cherry Sheet Manual. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/81 

Norfolk County Revenue and Expenditure Forecast FY89-93. 
1988 24 p. 923/78 

Volume I, Fire and Police Departments: A Management Review 
of the Fire, Police and Public Works Departments of the City of 
Lawrence. 1992 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Public Consulting Group, 
Inc.] 923/79 

Volume II, Department of Public Works: A Management Review 
of the Fire, Police and Public Works Departments of the City of 
Lawrence. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/80 

Office of Publications 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 7, no. 4, December 1991. 
1991 12 p. 921/52 

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Department of Revenue, Office of Publ icat ions , continued 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 8, no. 1, 1992. 1992 8 p. 
921/53 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 8, no. 2, June 1992. 1992 
12 p. 922/84 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 8, no. 3, September 1992. 
1992 12 p. 924/82 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 8, no. 4, December 1992. 
1992 12 p. 924/83 

Taxpayer Assistance Bureau 

Package X: 1991 Massachusetts Tax Forms. 1992 351 p. 
921/54 

Tax Guide: A Guide to Filing Your Massachusetts 1991 Income 
Tax Forms. 1992 59 p. 921/55 

Wage Reporting System 

The Commonwealth's Wage Reporting System: Fulfilling Its 
Promise. 1992 12 p. 924/84 f-^ i . \ ' C 7 3 

Department of Social Services 

27-43 Wormwood Street, Boston, MA 02210 

Don't Shut Your Eyes to Child Abuse... If You See It, Report 
It. 1992 [var. pag.] ["Kit"] 922/85 (j ^ iO ,^'1)11 

Foster Care System. 1986 [var. pag.] 921/56 

Overview of Consumer Population: FFY91 IV-B Plan, Chapter II. 
n.d. [unpaged] 923/81 

Pediatric Aids: A Child Welfare Response. By Julia Herskowitz 
and Kenneth Pontes 1989 25 p. 923/82 ^ ., 

Who are the Waiting Children? An Overview of the Adoption 
Services System in the Massachusetts Department of Social Services, 
n.d. [var. pag.] 922/86 H^I^-^'WGR 

Office for Policy and Program 

Annual Demographic Report on Consumer Populations, July 1991. 
By Antone C. Felix III 1991 20 p. 922/87 



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Department of Social Services, continued 

Office of Professional Services 

Families with Supported Investigations: Prevalence of 
Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence, April 1990. By Frances I, 
Wheat and James J. Connors 1992 8 p. 923/83 

Policy Analysis Exercise: Drug-Exposed Infants and Their 
Families, Issues and Policy Options. By Celeste A. Garcia 
1990 37 p. 923/84 (-/ S ' O 3k ' P'^S/3, 

Research , Evaluation and Planning Unit 

1985 Child Abuse/Neglect Statistics. By Antone C. Felix III 
1987 [var. pag. ] 923/85 

1986 Child Abuse/Neglect Statistics. By Antone C. Felix III 

1987 [var. pag.] 923/86 

1987 Child Abuse/Neglect Statistics. By Antone C. Felix III 

1988 [var. pag.] 923/87 

1988 Child Abuse/Neglect Statistics. By Antone C. Felix III 

1989 21 p. 923/88 

The Adolescent Assessment Centers: Results of an Evaluation. 
By Julia Herskowitz 1987 55 p. 923/89 ^ . -. ^ / 

Annual Demographic Report on Consumer Populations, July 1988. 
By Antone C. Felix III n.d. [unpaged] [See also: 923/120 
923/90 

Annual Demographic Report on Consumer Populations, July 1989. 
By Antone C. Felix III n.d. 26 p. [See also: 923/120] 
923/91 

A Bibliography of Reports Currently Available from the 
Research, Evaluation and Planning Unit. 1992 9 p. 923/92 

Child Maltreatment in Massachusetts: Demographic and 
Reporting Characteristics. By Antone C. Felix III 1989 53 p. 
922/88 H SlO,^* CW3/g 

Child Maltreatment Statistics January 1 - December 31, 1989. 
By Antone C. Felix III 1990 33 p. 923/93 

Child Maltreatment Statistics January 1 - December 31, 1990. 
By Antone C. Felix III 1991 39 p. 923/94 

Child Maltreatment Statistics January 1 - December 31, 1991. 
By Antone C. Felix III 1992 43 p. 922/89 



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Department of Social Services , Research , Evaluation and Planning 
Unit, continued 

FY85 Profile of Children Adopted. By Walter Taylor 1986 
[unpaged] 923/95 

FY86 Profile of Children Adopted. 1987 [unpaged] 923/96 

Fy88 Profiles of Children Adopted and Children with Guardianships. 

1989 [unpaged] [There was no report done for FY87.] 923/97 

FY89 Profiles of Children Adopted and Children with Guardianships. 

1990 8 p. 923/98 

FY90 Profiles of Children Adopted and Children Who Received 
Guardianships, n.d. [unpaged] 923/99 

FY91 Profiles of Children Adopted and Children Who Received 
Guardianships, n.d. [unpaged] 923/100 

A Mental Health Needs Assessment Survey of DSS and PAS Agency 
Office Directors. By Frances I. Wheat 1990 [var. pag. ] 923/101 

\-{ ^ ' ^ . 'S^ '. (^ S ^ 
***An Overview of the Harbor Area Day Care Program. By Antone C. 
Felix III 1990 [var. pag.] 923/102 

\i<^ i o . 3s '. O \i 3^ 
Part 1 Substance Abuse and Family Violence: Identification 
of Drug and Alcohol Usage During Child Abuse Investigations in 
Boston. By Julia Herskowitz et al. 1989 18 p. ^ ,922/90 

Part 2 Substance Abuse and Family Violence: Identification 
of Drug and Alcohol Usage in Child Abuse Cases in Massachusetts. 
By Julia Herskowitz and Magueye Seek 1990 24 p. 922/91 

Profile of CHINS Youth and Their Families in the Haverhill 
Area Office. By Frances I. Wheat 1987 [var. pag. J 923/103 

14 S I O . 3. P '^ '4 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending March 31, 1989). 1989 
[unpaged] 923/104 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending June 30, 1989). 1989 
[unpaged] 923/105 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending September 30, 1989). 1989 
[unpaged] 923/106 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending December 31, 1989). 1989 
[unpaged] 923/107 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending March 31, 1990). 1990 [unpaged] 
923/108 



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Department of Social Services , Research . Evaluation and Planning 
Unit, continued 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending June 30, 1990). 1990 
[unpaged] 923/109 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending September 30, 1990). 1990 
[unpaged] 923/110 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending December 31, 1990). 1990 
[unpaged] 923/111 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending March 31, 1991). 1991 [unpaged] 
923/112 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending June 30, 1991). 1991 [unpaged] 
923/113 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending September 30, 1991). 1991 
[unpaged] 923/114 

Quarterly Report (Quarterly Ending December 31, 1991). 1991 
[unpaged] 923/115 

Quarterly Report (Quarter Ending March 31, 1992). 1992 
[unpaged] 923/116 

Referrals to the District Attorney under the Authority of 
M.G.L. Chapter 288, FY92. 1992 3 p. 923/117 ^ ^ i^o^ 

Semiannual Report on Consumer Populations. 1987 [unpaged] 
923/118 

Services for Teen Parents and Their Children: Evaluation 
Results, September 1988. By Anita Quinlan-Rowley and Ann 
Schlesinger 1988 23 p. 923/119 

Sexual Abuse Treatment Project 

Part I Services to Sexually Abused Children and Their Families: 
Preliminary Survey. By William Deveney et al. 1987 87 p. 922/92 

Part II Sevices to Sexually Abused Children and Their Families: 
Characteristics of Children and Families in Treatment. By William 
Deveney et al. 1987 50 p. 922/93 

Part III Services to Sexually Abused Children and Their Families: 
Case Management in Sexual Abuse Cases; A Functional Analysis. 
By William Deveney et al. 1989 37 p. 922/94 

Part IV Services to Sexually Abused Children and Their Families: 
Process and Outcome in the Treatment of Sexually Abused Children and 
Their Mothers. By William Deveney et al. 1989 99 p. 922/95 

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Department of Social Services, continued 

State & Federal Program Compliance Unit 

Annual Demographic Report on Consumer Populations, July 1990. 
By Antone C. Felix III 1990 22 p. [See also: 923/91] 923/120 

Department of the State Auditor 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Auditor's Notebook, vol. 2, no. 2, November 1990. 1990 4 p. 
923/121 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Financial Statements July 1, 
1981 to June 30, 1982. 1983 49 p. No. 83-01-993 923/122 

Department of Public Works July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1985. 
1987 50 p. No. 86-506-1 923/123 

Semi -Annual Report, January - June 1992. 1992 91 p. 
Issue 11 924/85 

Semi-Annual Report July - December 1991 (Tenth Report). 
1992 91 p. 922/96 

A-128 

Abington Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 
1991. 1992 29 p. No. 92-3003-8 924/86 

Amesbury Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 

1991. 1992 35 p. No. 92-3014-8 924/87 

Arlington Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 

1992. 1992 31 p. No. 92-3077-8 923/124 

Auburn Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 
1991. 1992 32 p. No. 92-3028-8 924/88 

Avon Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
27 p. No. 92-3020-8 922/97 

Barnstable Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 

1990. 1992 62 p. No. 92-3039-8 922/98 

Belchertown Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 

1991. 1992 30 p. No. 92-3078-8 924/89 ^, , . -, u / u / a 

Bellingham Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 30 p. No. 92-3045-8 922/99 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128. continued 

Belmont Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
33 p. No. 92-3016-8 923/125 

Beverly Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 1992 
43 p. No. 92-3079-8 923/126 

Billerica Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
33 p. No. 92-3012-8 923/127 

Bourne Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 1991 
48 p. No. 91-3072-8 921/57 

Bridgewater Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 
1991. 1992 29 p. No. 92-3083-8 924/90 

Brookline Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 39 p. No. 92-3033-8 921/58 

Burlington Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 
1991. 1992 31 p. No. 92-3093-8 924/91 

Chelsea Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990. 
1992 53 p. No. 91-3091-8 922/100 

Chicopee Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
36 p. No. 92-3011-8 922/101 

Clinton Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 

33 p. No. 92-3023-8 923/128 

Concord Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
43 p. No. 92-3021-8 923/129 

Danvers Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 

34 p. No. 92-3025-8 923/130 

Dartmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 

29 p. No. 92-3019-8 924/92 

Dedham Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
33 p. No. 92-3009-8 922/102 

Dennis Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
32 p. No. 92-3006-8 923/131 

Easton Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 1992 

30 p. No. 92-3080-8 922/103 

Everett Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 
1992 30 p. No. 92-3069-8 923/132 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128 ^ continued 

Fall River Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 39 p. No. 92-3060-8 922/104 

Falmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
36 p. No. 92-3066-8 923/133 

Framingham Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 

1990. 1991 40 p. No. 92-3026-8 921/59 

Franklin County Regional Housing Authority October 1, 1989 
to September 30, 1990. 1992 72 p. No. 92-3095-8 921/60 

Franklin County Regional Housing Authority October 1, 1990 
to September 31, 1991. 1992 81 p. ^ No. 92-3036-8 ^ 923/134 

s P f. Si . s r 30 /f^ =- ^<^^W no- ^^ 

Gardner Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 

1991. 1992 33 p. No. 92-3085-8 923/135 

Greenfield Housing Authority April 1, 1991 to March 31, 1992. 
1992 35 p. No. 92-3023-8 924/93 

Haverhill Housing Authority April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 36 p. No. 92-3943-8 922/105 

Holbrook Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 29 p. No. 92-3008-8 921/61 

Hudson Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 
1992 35 p. No. 92-3081-8 923/136 

Ipswich Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 34 p. No. 91-3089-8 921/62 

Ipswich Housing Authority April 1, 1991 to March 31, 1992. 
1992 31 p. No. 92-3096-8 924/94 

Leominster Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 

1991. 1992 35 p. No. 92-3087-8 924/95 

Lexington Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to December 31, 1991. 
1992 36 p. No. 92-3046-8 922/106 

Lynn Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 1992 
45 p. No. 92-3002-8 922/107 

Maiden Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 
1992 41 p. No. 92-3068-8 923/137 

Mansfield Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 

1992. 1992 30 p. No. 92-3070-8 923/138 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128. continued 

Maynard Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 
1991. 1992 28 p. No. 92-3082-8 924/96 

Merrimac Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 26 p. No. 92-3013-8 923/139 

Methuen Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 43 p. No. 92-3057-8 922/108 

Middleborough Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 
1990. 1991 32 p. No. 92-3050-8 921/63 

Milton Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990. 
1992 30 p. No. 92-3067-8 922/109 

Natick Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 
1992 37 p. No. 92-3075-8 924/97 

Newton Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990. 
1992 36 p. No. 91-3088-8 921/64 

North Attleboro Housing Authority July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990, 
1992 30 p. No. 92-3038-8 921/65 

North Reading Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 32 p. No. 92-3015-8 923/140 

Northampton Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 38 p. No. 92-3002-8 923/141 

Oxford Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
33 p. No. 92-3035-8 922/110 

Pembroke Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
37 p. No. 92-3074-8 923/142 

Pittsfield Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 41 p. No. 92-3064-8 923/143 

Quincy Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
37 p. No. 92-3004-8 923/144 

Revere Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 42 p. No. 92-3044-8 922/111 

Rockport Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
32 p. No. 92-3027-8 922/112 

Salem Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 
1992 37 p. No. 92-3030-8 924/98 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128, continued 

Scituate Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 
1992 27 p. No. 92-3065-8 923/145 

Shrewsbury Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 38 p. No. 92-3063-8 922/113 

Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 

1991 50 p. No. 91-3094-8 921/66 

Springfield Housing Authority April 1-, 1991 to March 31, 1992. 

1992 46 p. No. 92-3018-8 ^»^^/ ^ «\ S^lft/.^'. St 20/ 3p S> (^ |<)^l _^2\ 

Stoughton Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 36 p. No. 92-3010-8 921/67 

Stow Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
22 p. No. 92-3084-8 923/146 

Wakefield Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 34 p. No. 92-3073-8 923/147 

Waltham Housing Authority October 1, 1990 to September 30, 1991. 
1992 35 p. No. 92-3092-8 c\a,4/lO'o 

Ware Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
31 p. No. 92-3022-8 922/114 

Warren Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1990. 

1991 32 p. No. 91-3079-8 921/68 

Watertown Housing Authority January 1, 1990 to December 31, 

1990. 1991 36 p. No. 92-3017-8 921/69 

Watertown Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 

1991. 1992 32 p. No. 92-3076-8 924/101 

Wayland Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 

1992 31 p. No. 92-3042-8 923/148 

Wellesley Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 

1991. 1992 32 p. No. 92-3086-8 924/102 

West Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1991 to March 31, 

1992. 1992 34 p. No. 92-3095-8 924/103 

Westfield Housing Authority April 1, 1991 to March 31, 1992. 
1992 30 p. No. 92-3090-8 924/104 

Weymouth Housing Authority January 1, 1991 to December 31, 
1991. 1992 36 p. No. 92-3005-8 924/105 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128. continued 

Winchester Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 30 p. No. 92-3007-8 922/115 

Woburn Housing Authority July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
31 p. No. 92-3029-8 923/149 

Yarmouth Housing Authority April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991. 
1992 32 p. No. 92-3047-8 922/116 

EDP 

Bridgewater State College Data Processing Activities from 
January 9, 1992 through February 13, 1992. 1992 6 p. No. 92-0177-4C 
922/117 

Cape Cod Community College Data Processing Activities August 13, 
1991 to October 10, 1991. 1991 10 p. No. 92-0193-4C 921/70 

Massasoit Community College Report on Data Processing Activities 
November 1, 1991 to December 23, 1991. 1992 7 p. No. 92-0197-4C 
921/71 

MCS Computer System for Local Housing Authorities (Selection 
and Implementation) October 20, 1989 through January 30, 1990 and 
January 18, 1991 through August 29, 1991. 1992 33 p. No. 90-0001-4W 
923/150 

North Shore Community College Fol low-Up Report on EDP 
Activities from July 27, 1992 to July 31, 1992. 1992 16 p. 
No. 93-0202-4F 924/106 

Springfield Housing Authority EDP-Related Controls 
May 5, 1992 to June 10, 1992. 1992 10 p. No. 92-3090-4F 
923/151 

University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth Data Processing 
Activities February 18, 1992 to May 9, 1992. 1992 20 p. 
No. 92-0210-4C 923/152 

Westfield State College Data Processing Activities March 4, 

1991 to October 16, 1991. 1992 33 p. No. 91-0185-4C 923/153 

Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority 
Data Processing Activities from May 11, 1992 to July 10, 1992. 

1992 11 p. No. 92-0587-4C 924/107 

FG 

Brockton Redevelopment Authority July 1, 1991 to June 30, 1992. 
1992 16 p. No. 93-3020-1 924/108 



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Department of the State Auditor, FG, continued 

MBTA Contract No. V4PS02 Schedule of Contract Costs: Summary 
of Pay Requests No. 1 through 28 for the period July 14, 1989 
through October 18, 1991. 1992 5 p. No. 92-3062-1 922/118 

Water Resources Authority Consultant Services Contract No. 5001 
to Wallace, Floyd, Associates, Inc. 1992 39 p. No. 91-3057-1 
922/11 

FR 

Adams Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 
1991. 1992 6 p. No. 92-593-2 922/120 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller's official 
Year-End Closing Instructions for Cash and Revenue Management FY91. 
1992 13 p. No. 91-5002-2 921/72 

Agency Compliance with the Official Year-End Closing Instructions 
for Encumbrance and Advance-Fund Management FY91. 1992 23 p. 
No. 91-5001-2 921/73 S"i^ '■ ^2 ' S t 3c) /Q^ 5 

Art Commission for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 2 p. No. 92-14-2 924/109 

Attleboro Housing Authority July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1990. 
1992 45 p. No. 91-603-1 924/110 

Ayer Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 
1991. 1992 6 p. No. 92-1037-2 922/121 

Bay Cove Mental Health Center for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 8 p. No. 92-256-2 924/111 

Board of Registration in Medicine July 1, 1989 to June 30, 
1990. 1992 10 p. No. 91-117-2 922/122 

Bourne Recreation Authority for the two fiscal years ended 
June 30, 1991. 1992 4 p. No. 92-844-2 923/154 

Brewster Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-659-2 922/123 

Bridgewater State College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 1992 11 p. No. 92-177-2 
923/155 

Brimfield Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 1992 7 p. No. 92-858-2 

Brockton Multi-Service Center for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 8 p. No. 92-853-2 924/113 

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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Brookfield Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1991 to 
March 31, 1992. 1992 3 p. No. 92-1075-2 923/156 

Bunker Hill Community College Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 1992 8 p. 
No. 92-192-2 922/124 

Bureau of Special Investigations for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-31-2 . 923/157 

Canton Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1992 5 p. No. 92 [628-2] 922/125 

Cape and Islands District Attorney's Office for the period 
July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-1263-2 924/114 

Cape Cod Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1991. 1992 8 p. No. 92-193-2 
922/126 

Chatham Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-629-2 923/158 

Commission Against Discrimination for the period July 1, 1990 
to June 30, 1991. 1992 4 p. No. 92-45-2 

Dalton Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 6 p. No. 92-638-2 922/127 

Danvers State Hospital July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1992 
14 p. No. 92-249-2 922/128 

Department of Food and Agriculture July 1, 1989 to June 30, 

1990. 1992 9 p. No. 91-91-2 921/74 

Department of Personnel Administration as of September 17, 

1991. 1992 4 p. No. 92-373-2 922/129 

Department of Social Services from January 1, 1991 to September 30, 
1991. 1992 10 p. No. 92-2004-2 923/159 

Determination of Whether Net State Tax Revenues Exceeded 
Allowable State Tax Revenues for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1992. 
1992 17 p. No. 93-5555-9 

Dighton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 
1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-643-2 922/130 

District Attorney's Office Northwestern District for the period 
July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-1260-2 923/160 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Division of Administrative Law Appeals for the period July 1, 1990 
to June 30, 1991. 1992 6 p. No. 92-345-2 924/117 

Dr. John C. Corrigan Mental Health Center for the period July 1, 
1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-251-2 922/131 

Dudley Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-970-2 923/161 

East Longmeadow Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 
to December 31, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-647-2 923/162 

Grafton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1992 11 p. No. 91-666-2 923/163 

Greenfield Community College for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-194-2 924/118 

Hadley Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 8 p. No. 92-670-2 922/132 

Hampden District - District Attorney's Office for the period 
July 1, 1989 to December 31, 1990. 1992 4 p. No. 92-1259-2 
921/75 

Hampden Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1991 to 
March 31, 1992. 1992 2 p. No. 92-842-2 923/164 

Hanson Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-902-2 922/133 

Harwich Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-679-2 923/165 

Hingham Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-674-2 922/134 

Historical Commission for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 
1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-83-2 921/76 

Holden Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1991 to 
March 31, 1992. 1992 2 p. No. 92-676-2 923/166 

Hull Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-684-2 923/167 

Kingston Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-686-2 922/135 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Lakeview Manor Management Agreement (Executive Office of 
Communities and Development) for the fiscal year ended December 31, 
1991. 1992 8 p. No. 92-3107-2 924/119 

Lemuel Shattuck Hospital July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 19 p. No. 92-300-2 924/120 

Lenox Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 31, 1991. 1992 5 p. No. 92-692-2 923/168 

Marblehead Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 
to December 31, 1991. 1992 4 p. No. 92-705-2 923/169 

Maritime Academy as of September 30, 1991. 1992 8 p. 
No. 92-182-2 924/121 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Lancaster for 
the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-1310-2 
921/7 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Norfolk for the 
period July l, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1992 9 p. No. 91-150-2 
922/136 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - Shirley for the 
period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 92-856-2 
921/78 

Massachusetts Correctional Institution (MCI) - South Middlesex 
Pre-Release Center. 1992 7 p. No. 92-947-2 923/170 

Massachusetts Treatment Center at Bridgewater for the period 
July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1991 12 p. No. 91-497-2 
921/79 

Medfield Prison Project (Department of Correction) for the 
period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-1311-2 
922/137 

Medfield State Hospital for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 
1991. 1992 6 p. No. 92-259-2 924/122 

Middlesex County District Attorney's Office for the period 
July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1992 5 p. No. 91-1256-2 
922/138 

Middleton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-721-2 921/80 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Millbury Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-724-2 921/81 

Minis Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to June 30, 
1991. 1992 8 p. No. 92-725-2 922/139 

Montague Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 9 p. No. 92-727-2 922/140 

Nahant Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 to 
September 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-728-2 923/171 

Newburyport Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1992 10 p. No. 92-734-2 921/82 

North Adams Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs 
July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1991. 1992 11 p. No. 92-183-2 
923/172 

North Adams State College July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 
1992 20 p. No. 91-183-2 922/141 

North Brookfield Housing Authority for the period January 1, 

1991 to December 31, 1991. 1992 4 p. No. 92-901-2 924/123 

North Central Correctional Institution for the period July 1, 
1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-1274-2 921/83 

Northampton Redevelopment Authority for the period April 1, 
1990 to September 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-741-2 921/84 

Northampton State Hospital July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 

1992 14 p. NO. 92-263-2 924/124^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^ ,,,_ ^, 

Norton Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1992 27 p. No. 91-747-2 922/142 

Office of the Inspector General for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1991 2 p. No. 92-1052-2 921/85 

Palmer Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-752-2 922/143 

Peabody Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1992 6 p. No. 91-754-2 922/144 

Pepperell Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 5 p. No. 92-1071-2 922/145 



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Department of the State Auditor^ FR, continued 

Plainville Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 
to December 31, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-759-2 924/125 

Plymouth County District Attorney's Office for the period 
July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-1265-2 923/173 

Provincetown Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 
to September 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-1049-2 922/146 

Quinsigamond Community College Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 1992 10 p. 
No. 92-203-2 923/174 

Randolph Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 to 
March 31, 1991. 1991 3 p. No. 92-763-2 921/86 

Rockland Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 4 p. No. 92-766-2 922/147 

Rowley Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1989 to 
September 30, 1990. 1992 4 p. No. 91-768-2 921/87 

Roxbury Community College Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Program July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 12 p. 
No. 92-204-2 923/175 

Salem State College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 1992 14 p. No. 92-184-2 
924/126 

Salem State College (Hall Council Activity Fees) for the 
period September 1989 to December 1991. 1992 4 p. No. 92-2005-2 
924/127 

Sandwich Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1991 5 p. No. 92-771-2 921/88 

Shrewsbury Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1990 
to March 31, 1991. 1991 4 p. No. 91-776-2 921/89 

Soldiers' Home in Holyoke for the period July 1, 1990 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 6 p. No. 92-64-2 921/90 

Springfield Parking Authority for the period July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1990. 1992 5 p. No. 91-781-2 921/91 

Springfield Technical Community College July 1, 1989 to 
June 30, 1991. 1992 9 p. No. 92-205-2 923/176 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

State Election Campaign Fund January 1, 1989 to December 31, 
1990. 1992 13 p. No. 91-969-2 923/177 

State Racing Commission July 1, 1990 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
4 p. No. 92-68-2 921/92 S/^ 1 , 3 '• Si^^)/^^ (Q /^^O/H / 

Stoneham Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1991 to 
March 31, 1992. 1992 6 p. No. 92-788-2 923/178 

Stoughton Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1990 
to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-790-2 922/148 

Swampscott Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1990 
to September 30, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-792-2 922/149 

Templeton Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-872-2 922/150 

Treasurer and Receiver-General at the close of business 1/15/91, 
1992 7 p. No. 91-85-2 921/93 

Trial Court of the Commonwealth for the six months ended 
December 31, 1991. 1992 4 p. No. 92-1106-2 924/128 

University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth Federal Student 
Financial Assistance Programs July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 11 p. No. 92-210-2 923/179 

Uxbridge Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-798-2 922/151 

Walpole Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 1992 3 p. No. 92-800-2 923/180 

Water Resources Authority for the period July 1, 1991 through 
February 22, 1992. 1992 5 p. No. 92-4008-2 924/129 

Wenham Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1991 to 
December 31, 1991. 1992 7 p. No. 92-832-2 924/130 

West Boylston Housing Authority for the period October 1, 
1990 to September 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-1278-2 921/94 

West Bridgewater Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1990 
to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-810-2 921/95 

Westfield State College (Division of Graduate Studies and 
Continuing Education) Possible Theft of Receipts. 1992 6 p. 
No. 92-2002-2 924/131 



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Department of the state Auditor, FR, continued 

Westfield State College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1991. 1992 8 p. No. 92-185-2 
922/152 

FS 

Gaamha Transit, Inc. January 1, 1991 to December 31, 1991. 
1992 23 p. No. 92-4318-1 923/181 

Worcester State College July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1990. 1992 
24 p. No. 91-186-1 922/153 

FU 

Department of Environmental Management's Permit Program 
Accessing State Land and Water at the Myles Standish Forest. 
1992 7 p. No. 91-6019-7 922/154 



Cape Cod and Hyannis Railroad, Executive Office of 
Transportation and Construction (Follow-Up Letter Report). 1992 
9 p. No. 91-6014-9 [Prior audit no. 90-6006-9] 923/182 

Department of Employment and Training July 1, 1987 to 
November 31, 1991. 1992 28 p. No. 91-6013-9 923/183 

Industrial Finance Agency (Certain Activities). 1992 25 p. 
No. 90-6008-9 924/132 

Mayor of Brockton (Perpetual Care Cemetery Trust Fund) for 
fiscal years 1983 through 1990. 1992 5 p. No. 92-6009-9 
924/133 

Paul A. Dever State School July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 
1992 [var. pag.] No. 91-6008-9 923/184 

Plymouth South High School Construction Cost October 1, 1980 t 
O May 31, 1990. 1992 42 p. No. 90-6013-9 924/134 

University of Massachusetts Amherst, Exercise Science Department 
for the period July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1991. 1992 8 p. 
No. 91-6016-9 924/135 

IPA 

Home Mortgage Finance Agency (MHMFA) for the period July 1, 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1992 3 p. No. 91-968-6 921/96 



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Department of the State Auditor, IPA . continued 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) for the period July 1, 
1989 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-56-2 921/97 

Town of Uxbridge as of June 30, 1990. 1991 4 p. No. 92-6001-9 
921/98 

Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority 
for the fiscal year ended December 31, 1991. 1992 2 p. 
No. 92-0587-6 924/136 



Beverly Children's Learning Center, Inc. for the period July 1, 
1989 to December 31, 1990. 1991 27 p. No. 91-4258-3 923/185 

Catholic Charities/North Suburban (CCNS) for the period July 1, 
1989 to december 31, 1990. 1992 9 p. No. 91-4259-3 924/137 

Community Systems, Inc. (Department of Mental Retardation) for 
the period July 1, 1989 to December 31, 1990. 1992 32 p. 
No. 91-4257-3 922/155 

Family Continuity Program, Inc. for the period July 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1990. 1992 2 p. No. 92-4309-3 922/156 

Goldberg Medical Associates, Inc. and Goldberg Medical Services, 
Inc. July 1, 1988 to December 31, 1990. 1992 36 p. No. 91-4012-3 
924/138 

Group Insurance Commission and HMO's. 1992 25 p. No. 92-4017-3 
923/186 

Justice Resource Institute, Inc. (JRI) for the period July 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1990. 1992 2 p. No. 92-4305-3 923/187 

Lynn Youth Resource Bureau for the period July 1, 1989 to 
December 31, 1990. 1992 6 p. No. 92-4266-3 924/139 

Marshfield Housing Authority's Control and Utilization of 
Modernization and Development Funds July 1, 1989 to April 30, 1991. 
1992 17 p. No. 91-6015-9 921/99 

Middlesex County Correctional System (MCCS) for the period 
July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 1992 2 p. No. 92-4310-3 
923/188 

Middlesex Shelter for the Homeless, Inc. for the period 
July 1, 1990 to December 31, 1991. 1992 16 p. No. 92-4315-3 
924/140 



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Department of the State Auditor, P^ continued 

Nauset Workshop, Inc. for the period July 1, 1989 to December 30, 
1990. 1992 14 p. No. 92-4300-3 923/189 

New North Citizens Council, Inc. for the period July 1, 1989 
to June 30, 1991. 1992 12 p. No. 92-4287-3 924/141 

Office of the Chief Administrative Justice's Telephone 
Expenditures for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 1992 
2 p. No. 92-5010-3 923/190 

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority July 1, 1991 to June 30, 1992. 
1992 25 p. No. 92-877-3 924/142 

Real Estate Asset Management Systems for Fiscal Years 1989, 1990 
and 1991. 1992 11 p. No. 91-4002-3 922/157 

Tri-County Youth Programs, Inc. (TCYP) for the period July 1, 
1989 to June 30, 1990. 1992 21 p. No. 91-4193-3 923/191 

Young Women's Christian Association of Western Massachusetts, 
Inc. for the period July 1, 1989 to June 30, 1991. 1992 11 p. 
No. 92-4302-3 924/143 

SP 

Commonwealth Service Corps - Chapter 647 January 1, 1983 to 
June 30 1990. 1991 9 p. No. 90-6019-9 921/100 

Executive Office of Economic Affairs and Office of Travel and 
Tourism September 1, 1984 to December 6, 1991. 1992 33 p. 
No. 91-6017-9 922/158 

Executive Office of Economic Affairs and Office of Travel and 
Tourism Executive Summary. 1992 5 p. No. 91-6017-9 
922/159 

Sergeant-at Arms. 1992 9 p. No. 91-6009-9 921/101 

Division of Local Mandates / ' ^ 

100 Nashua Street, Room 1010, Boston, MA 02114 

DLM Report, December 1991. 1991 6 p. 921/102 

A Financial Effect Determination of Mandatory Recycling on 
Massachusetts Cities and Towns. 1992 33 p. 922/160 



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Department of the State Treasurer 

Room 227, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

$51,685,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1992, Series B, Dated: July 1, 1992. 
1992 [var. pag. ] [This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 
924/144 

$86,066,806.20 Commomwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Refunding Bonds of 1991, Series A, Dated: September 1, 1991. 

1991 [var. pag.] Volume I 923/192 

$103,770,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Special Obligation 
Revenue Bonds 1992, Series A (Special Obligation Revenue Highway 
Improvement Act of 1991), Dated: June 24, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
[This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 924/145 

$120,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Notes, 1991 Series A, Dated: June 14, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
923/193 

$120,000,000 General Obligation Notes, 1992 Series A, Dated: 
June 14, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] [This publication is commonly 
called "The Bible".] 924/146 

$200,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1992, Series D, New Issue, Dated: 
November 1, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/147 

$207,610,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bond Consolidated Loan of 1992, Series A, Dated: June 24, 1992. 

1992 [var. pag.] [This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 
924/148 

$214,700,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Refunding Bonds, 1992 Series A and Series B, Dated: April 15 > 

1991, New Issue. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/195 

$214,700,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Refunding Bonds, 1992 Series A and Series B, Dated: April 15, 

1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/194 

$240,000,000* Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bond, 1992 Series A, New Issue, Dated: March 30, 1992. 1992 
[var. pag.] [*Preliminary, subject to change] 922/161 

$240,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Notes, 1992 Series A, Dated: June 30, 1992, New Issue. 1992 
[var. pag.] 923/196 



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Department of the State Treasurer, continued 

$240,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Notes 1992, Series A, Dated: June 30, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
[This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 924/149 

$298,351,414.60 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Refunding Bonds of 1991, Series B and C, Dated: September 1, 1991. 
1991 [var. pag.] Volume II 923/197 

$363,065,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds, Consolidated Loan of 1992, Series A and B, Dated: June 1, 
1992, New Issue. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/198 

^^., ,^65, 000,000 General Obligation Bonds, Consolidated Loan of 
1991, Series D, Dated: December 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
921/103 

$400,000,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Tax Exempt Commercial 
Paper Notes, Series 7, September 23, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
924/150 

$425,595,000 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Refunding Bonds, 1992 Series C, Dated: October 1, 1992. 1992 
[var. pag.] 924/151 

***$567,360,681.05 Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Obligation 
Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1991, Series A and Series B, Dated: 
May 15, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 923/199. 

Deferred Compensation Annual Report 1990. 1991 18 p. 
921/104 

Fiscal Update, A Quarterly Report from Treasurer Joe Malone, 
vol. 1, no. 2, Fall 1991. 1991 5 p. 922/162 

Fiscal Update, A Quarterly Report from Treasurer Joe Malone, 
vol. 1, no. 3, Winter 1992. 1992 5 p. 921/105 

Fiscal Update, A Quarterly Report from Treasurer Joe Malone, 
vol. 1, no. 4, Spring 1992. 1992 5 p. 922/163 

Fiscal Update, A Quarterly Report from Treasurer Joe Malone, 
vol. 1, no. 5, Fall 1992. 1992 5 p. 924/152 

Deferred Compensation Program 

INSIGHT, vol. 1, no. 1, 2nd quarter 1992. 1992 2 p. 
923/200 



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Department of the State Treasurer, continued 

State Teachers and Employees Retirement System Trust 

Annual Report Year Ended June 30, 1989. 1989 [unpaged] 
[Prepared by: Touche Ross & Co.] 921/106 

Annual Report Year Ended June 30, 1990. 1990 51 p. 
[Prepared by: Deloitte & Touche] 921/107 

Annual Report Year Ended June 30, 1991. 1991 49 p. 
[Prepared by: Deloitte & Touche] 921/108 

Depetrtment of Youth services 

27-43 Wormwood Street, Boston, MA 02210 

Seminar on Families of Troubled Youth in the Justice System. 
By John A. Calhoun 1979 [unpaged] [Sponsored by the Gardiner 
Rowland Shaw Foundation] 921/109 

Bureau of Planning , Research and Systems 

Analysis of Commitment 1991. By Carolyn L. Waters 1992 32 p. 
924/153 

Analysis of Pretrial Detention Admissions, 1991. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/154 

Designer Selection Board 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Designer Selection Procedures for a City or Town Building 
Project. 1992 19 p. 924/155 ,^ / 

Public Notice List #92-3. 1992 44 p. ^sn ^923/201 

Public Notice List #92-4. 1992 59 p. 924/156 

Public Notice List #92-6. 1992 38 p. 924/157 

Developmental Disabilities Council 

600 Washington Street, Room 670, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report Federal Fiscal Year 1991 (October 1, 1990 - 
September 30, 1991). 1992 45 p. 921/110 

Disability and Diversity: An Annotated Bibliography, 2nd 
Edition. 1992 74 p. 921/111 DC I - '^ -. Oe^ ^ 



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Developmen-tal Disabilities Council, continued 

State Plan FFY 1992-94: Putting the Pieces Together; Creating 
Community Supports for Individuals and Families (1993 Update). 
1992 223 p. 924/158 

Disabled Persons Protection Commission 

Two Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Reporting Abuse of Disabled Persons: An Update. 1992 60 p. 
[Includes Executive Summary] 922/164 • Qp\- c^* !f^3^ 

Commissioner's Investigation Regarding Edicting of M.G. L. c. 19c 
Investigation Reports. 1992 13 p. 923/202 

f P I . a •. c 7 3 

Division of Administration Law Appeals 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 904, Boston, MA 02202 

Capital Construction Cases Status Report 1991: Cases Closed. 
1992 8 p. 921/112 

Capital Construction Cases Status Report 1991: Cases Opened. 
1992 8 p. 921/113 

Division of Air Quality Control 

One Winter Street, 8th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Air Quality Report 1989. n.d. 52 p. 921/114 

Air Quality Report 1990. By John Lane et al. n.d. 75 p. 
921/115 

Division of Banks and Loan Agencies 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to 
Cooperative Banks for the Year Ending December 31, 1991. 1992 
132 p. 923/203 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Credit 
Unions for the Year Ending December 31, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
923/204 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Savings 
Banks for the Year Ending December 31, 1991. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/205 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Trust 
Companies and Certain Other Financial Institutions for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1991. 1992 [var. pag. ] 923/206 

Annual Report of the Commissioner on the Availability of Home 
Mortgages Within the Commonwealth Pursuant to the Provisions of 
Section 17 of Chapter 167 of the General Laws Covering the 
Twelve Month Period Ending December 31, 1990. 1992 [unpaged] 
923/207 

List of Legal Investments Pursuant to General Laws, Chapter 167, 
Section 15A, July 1992. 1992 23 p. 923/208 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report Pursuant to General Laws, 
Chapter 140 Section 114C as of December 31, 1991. 1992 20 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 922/165 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report Pursuant to General Laws, 
Chapter 140 Section 114C as of March 31, 1992. 1992 23 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 922/166 

Division of Capital Planning and Operations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

1985 Annual Report on Contract Awards to Minority and Women 
Owned Businesses. 1986 [var. pag.] 922/167 

1986 Annual Report on Contract Awards to Minority and Women 
Owned Businesses. 1987 [var. pag.] 922/168 

1987 Annual Report on Contract Awards to Minority and Women 
Owned Businesses. 1988 [var. pag.] 922/168A 

1988 Annual Report on Contract Awards to Minority and Women 
Owned Businesses. 1989 [var. pag.] 922/169 

1989 Annual Report on Contract Awards to Minority and Women 
Owned Businesses. 1990 [var. pag.] 922/170 

1990 Annual Report on Contract Awards to Minority and Women 
Owned Businesses. 1992 [var. pag.] 922/171 

1991 Annual Report on Contract Awards to Minority and Women 
Owmed Businesses. 1992 [var. pag.] 922/172 



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Division of Capital Planning and Operations, continued 

Court Facilities Unit 

100 Nashua Street, 8th floor, Boston, MA 02114 

Brighton District Court: Study for Renovations. 1990 180 p. 
State Project CSB88-4 STU [Prepared by: David McLaren Hart & 
Associates] 923/209 

Dorchester District Court: Space Utilization & Prograinining 
Study. 1992 [var. pag. ] State Project J90-2 S03 [Prepared by: 
Graham/Meus Inc.] 923/210 

A New District Court of Western Worcester (Spencer Division): 
Programming Study. 1989 216 p. Project # CW088-2 STU 923/211 

A New Lawrence Judicial Complex: Programming Study. 1991 
[var. pag.] State Project No. J88-2 SOl-A [Prepared by: 
Pierce Lamb Architects] 923/212 

Roxbury District Court: Study for the Renovations. 1990 
207 p. State Project CSB88-4 STU [Prepared by: David McLaren 
Hart & Associates] 923/213 

South Boston District Court: Space Utilization & Programming 
Study. 1991 220 p. State Project J90-2-S03 [Prepared by: 
Graham/Meus Inc.] 923/214 

Study for a Consolidated Chelsea/East Boston District Courthouse 
for the Trial Court, Chelsea or East Boston. 1991 [var. pag.] 
State Project No. J89-6 STU [Prepared by: Ondras Associates 
Architects, Inc.] 923/215 

Study for a Court Facility in Downtown Worcester, Volume I. 
1991 [var. pag.] Project # CWO 8 8- 3 -STU [Prepared by: Drummey 
Rosane Anderson, Inc.] 923/216 

Study for a Court Facility in Downtown Worcester: Volume II. 
1991 [var. pag.] Project #CWO 88-3-STU [Prepared by: Drummey 
Rosane Anderson, Inc.] 923/217 

Study for a Court Facility in Downtown Worcester, Volume III. 
1991 [var. pag.] Project # CWO 88-3-STU [Prepared by: Drummey 
Rosane Anderson, Inc.] 923/218 

Study for the Reuse of the Durfee High School for the Trial 
Court, Volume I. 1990 [var. pag.] State Project No. CBR 88-1 
STU [Prepared by: August Associates Architects, Inc.] 923/219 

West Roxbury District Courthouse: Space Needs & Priority Repairs 
Study. 1990 [var. pag.] State Project No. JSB 898-2 STU 
[Prepared by: Sterling Associates Incorporated] 923/220 



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Office of Real Estate Management 

Real Property Report, Augii^tl, 1992. 1992 212 p. 923/221 



Division of Children with Special Health Care Needs 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

MassCARE NEWS, vol. 1, no. 1, July 1992. 1992 6 p. 924/159 

Division of Chronic Disease Prevention 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Resource Memo, Spring 1992. 1992 4 p. 922/173 

Division of Commiinicable and Venereal Diseases 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Day Care Immunization Survey Analysis 1978 - 1979. 1979 
[var. pag.] 923/222 

Division of Conservation Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02133 

***The Massachusetts Conservation Restriction Handbook, First 
Edition. 1992 44 p. 923/223 

Division of Employment Security 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 
Note: This agency is now the Department of Employment and 
Training. 

Governor's Coordination and Special Services Plan July 1, 1988 
through June 30, 1990 and Wagner-Peyser Plan July 1, 1988 through 
June 30, 1989. 1988 [var. pag.] [Prepared for the MASS JOBS 
Council. See also: 921/34-36] 921/119 

Office of Training and Employment Policy 

Governor's Coordination and Special Services Plan, Program 
Years 1984 and 1985 for the Job Training Partnership Act (Public 
Law 97-300). 1984 85 p. [See also: 921/34-36] 921/116 

Governor's Coordination and Special Services Plan Program Year 
1985 Modification for the Job Training Partnership Act (Public 
Law 97-300). 1985 44 p. [See also: 921/34-36] 921/117 



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Division of Employment Security, Office of Training and Employment 
Policy, continued 

Note: This agency is now called the Department of Employment and 

Training. 

Governor's Coordination and Special Services Plan Program 
Years 1986-87. 1986 85 p. [See also: 921/34-36] 921/118 

Division of Fairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Agricultural Fairs 1991-92. n.d. 4 p. 923/224 
Agricultural Fairs 1992-93. n.d. 4 p. 923/225 

Division of Family Health Services 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Childhood Emergency Sourcebook. By Kenneth A. Williams 1985 
118 p. [In collaboration with: Preschool Enrichment Team, Inc.] 
921/120 

Division of Fisheries & Wildlife 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1902, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1988. n.d. 51 p. 922/174 

Central Wildlife District: Massachusetts Wildlife Management 
Area Maps. n.d. [unpaged] [Copies are available from the agency 
at Field Headquarters, One Rabbit Hill Road, Westboro, MA 01581 
(508)792-7270] 923/226 ^^3^.3: (Yn S^S / C .^^, 

Connecticut Valley Wildlife District: Massachusetts Wildlife 
Management Area Maps. n.d. [unpaged] p. [Copies are available 
from the agency at Field Headquarters, One Rabbit Hill Road, Westboro, 
MA 01581 (508) 792-7270] 923/227 / ^ ^ 

Manual for the Issuance of Sporting, Hunting, Fishing & Trapping 
Licenses for 1992. 1991 28 p. 921/121 

Manual for the Issuance of Sporting, Hunting, Fishing & Trapping 
Licenses for 1993. 1992 28 p. 924/160 

Northeast Wildlife District: Massachusetts Wildlife Management 
Area Maps. n.d. [unpaged] [Copies are available from the agency 
at Field Headquarters, One Rabbit Hill Road, Westboro, MA 01581 
(508) 792-7270] 923/228 ^ ^ 3 -^ 3^, ;v^ S"^ / /V. E . 



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Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, continued 

Project Wild in Massachusetts: A Sampler — Wild is Wonderful. 
1992 [var. pag.] 922/175 ^^ 3-^ ^ ; f 7S 

Southeast Wildlife District: Massachusetts Wildlife Management 
Area Maps. n.d. [unpaged] [Copies are available from the agency 
at Field Headquarters, One Rabbit Hill Road, Westboro, MA 01581 
(508) 792-7270] 923/229 ^ ^ ^, U ^ 

Western Wildlife District: Massachusetts Wildlife Management 
Area Maps. n.d. [unpaged] [Copies are available from the agency 
at Field Headquarters, One Rabbit Hill Road, Westboro, MA 01581 
(508) 792-7270] 923/230 ^ ^^^^, m^^/vj^t 

Information and Education Section 
Westboro, MA 01581 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 40, no. 3, Summer 1990. 1990 34 p, 
922/176 

Division of Food and Drugs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Food and Drug Reporter, Volume 10, Issue 92-1, Spring 1992. 
1992 21 p. 923/231 

Division of Forests and Parks 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 



Annual Report FY77. n.d. 95 p. 921/122 



Annual Report FY79. n.d. 103 p. 921/123 (^jj^ 



Annual Report FY81. n.d. 119 p. 921/124 ^^ „ 
Annual Report FY82. n.d. 146 p. 921/125 K*^^ 



p\S^ 



Annual Report FY83. n.d. 158 p. 921/126 ^ 

Annual Report FY84. n.d. 135 p. 921/127 

Annual Report FY87. n.d. 145 p. 921/128 

Final GEIR (Generic Environmental Impact Report) Forestland 
Management Practices. 1992 [var. pag.] EOEA File No. 6307 
924/161 



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Division of Health Care Quality 

10 West Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 02111 

Guide to Nursing Homes: Making that Important Decision. 1992 
13 p. 921/129 J4^^3^,Q^G?4 

Division of Insurance 

280 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Findings, Conclusion and Order Concerning the Filing of Blue 
Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. of Proposed Medex 
Rates and Certificates to be Effective on and after January 1, 
1992. 1992 146 p. Docket No. G91-25 921/130 

Order Concerning the Filing of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. for Proposed Nongroup Rates to be Effective 
on and after September 1, 1991. 1991 159 p. Docket No. G91-7 
921/131 

Smart Choices: Saving Money on Your Massachusetts Auto Insurance 
1992. n.d. 12 p. 922/177 C ^ H i • ^ '' 5 M ^ V'^^S 

Division of Marine Fisheries 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1991. 1992 47 p. [Note: This report has 
not been produced for several years. 924/162 

Massachusetts Coastal Commercial Lobster Trap Sampling Program 
May - November 1991. By Bruce T. Estrella and Steven X. Cadrin 
1992 23 p. 923/232 

NEWS, First Quarter 1992. 1992 12 p. 921/132 

NEWS, Third Quarter 1992. 1992 12 p. 923/233 

NEWS, Fourth Quarter 1992. 1992 12 p. 924/163 

Cat Cove Marine Laboratorv . Environmental Analysis Section 
92 Fort Avenue, Salem, MA 01970 

PCBS in Winter Flounder, American Lobster and Bivalve Molluscs 
from Boston Harbor, Salem Harbor and Coastal Massachusetts: 1984 - 
1989. By Jack P. Schwartz et al. 1991 56 p. 921/133 

Statistics and Management Information Systems Project 

1991 Masachusetts Lobster Fishery Statistics. By David C. 
McCarron and Thomas B. Hoopes 1992 22 p. Technical Series 26 
924/164 



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Division of Minimvm Wage 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report July 1988 to June 1989. 1990 3 p. 922/178 

Division of Occupational Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

State Plan for Vocational Education in Massachusetts FY 1992 - 
1994. n.d. [var. pag. ] 921/134 

Bureau of Planning ^ Research and Evaluation 

Program Performance Report: Federally Funded Vocational 
Education, Public Law 98-524, FY91. n.d. 94 p. [Copies are 
available from the agency at the address above.] 921/135 

Division of Occupational Hygiene 

1001 Watertown Street, West Newton, MA 02165 

Lead at Work: Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Massachusetts 
Workers April - October 1991. By Richard Rabin et al. 1992 
30 p. 923/234 r<N (^ I ^ , ^ \ L 4 7 / ^^ 

Ribavirin Alert. 1989 4 p. 922/179 

Division of Prevention: Youth, Adult and Elder Health 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Note: This agency was previously called the Division of Chronic 
Disease Prevention. 

Resource Memo, Fall 1992. 1992 4 p. 924/165 

Division of Public Employee Retirement Administration 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1101, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report of the Massachusetts Contributory Retirement 
Systems for the Year Ending December 31, 1991. 1992 65 p. 
923/235 



Division o^ Purchased Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Component Price Catalogue FY93 (Addendum 1, April 16, 1992). 
1992 34 p. 924/166 p^ p ( , 9 ' C 7 3 



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Division of School Programs 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Chapter 1: Annual Evaluation Report FY87-89. n.d. 20 p. 
923/236 EOS^i:^'- CSC/^'=67-^9 

Early Childhood Advisory Council 

Young Lives: Many Languages, Many Cultures. 1992 72 p. 
922/180 jT D'^ ^-S -y^^ 

Office of Planning , Research and Evaluation 

A Teacher's Guide to Fellowships and Awards: Opportunities 
for Professional Growth and Renewal. By Barbara Brauner Berns et al, 
1991 161 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 
116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 921/136 

Division of Solid Waste Hanagement 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Existing Solid Waste Management Facility Permitting Guidance. 

1991 14 p. REPERMIT.6 922/181 

Financial Assurance Reguirements Guidance Document for Use with 
310 CMR 19.051. 1991 8 p. 051GUID.3 922/182 

Guidance Document #1: Lead Acid Batteries Bans for Solid Waste 
Disposal Facilities Receiving More than 300 Tons Per Day. 1990 
11 p. 922/183 

Guidance on Compliance with 310 CMR 19.038 (2) (d) Twenty-Five 
Percent Recycling Requirement, n.d. [unpaged] 922/184 

Landfill Assessment and Cleanup Repermitting Guidance. 1991 
6 p. RPERMIT2.LAC 922/185 

Landfill Assessment and Closure Guidance Manual, Revised May 
1992. 1992 194 p. 922/186 £/^3^Q,^,q^ 

Recycling Services Directory and Markets Guide for Massachusetts. 

1992 10 p. 924/167 £ pi :\C . 3^ . ^^"^ [ Q^ 

Value Added by Recycling Industries in Massachusetts. By Robin 
F. Ingenthron 1992 10 p. 923/237 



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Division of Special Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

A Comprehensive Report on the Issue of Mainstreaming Children 
with Special Needs: Section 79 of Chapter 138 of the Acts of 1991. 
1991 51 p. 922/187 ^D^^'^*^"?^ 

A Guide to Chapter 766: Special Education Services for Children 
and Youth. 1980 24 p. 921/137 

A Guide to Chapter 766: Special Education Services for Children 
and Youth. 1988 40 p. 921/138 

An Interagency Perspective: Services to Children from Birth 
through Five. 1987 92 p. 921/139 

A Parent's Guide to the Special Education Regulations. 1992 2 
9 p. 923/238 £• O ?> ^ . ^ ' P 

***Structuring Schools for Student Success... A Focus on Integration: 
Including All Students. 1992 62 p. 922/188 j^,^-^. -^ .^ 

Division of Water Pollution Control 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Effects of a Wetland on Quality of Natty Pond Brook, 
Massachusetts, 1985-86. By Nancy C. Suurballe 1992 52 p. 
Water-Resources Investigations Report 91-4144. [Prepared in 
cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey] 924/168 

Estimating Reaeration Coefficients for Low-Slope Streams in 
Massachusetts and New York 1985-88. By Gene W. Parker and 
Leslie A. DeSimone 1992 [var. pag. ] Water-Resources 
Investigations Report 91-4188 [Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. 
Geological Survey] 923/239 

Use of Ground-Penetrating Radar for Water-Table Mapping, 
Brewster and Harwich, Massachusetts (Includes Map). By David G. 
Johnson 1992 27 p. Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4086 
[Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey] 922/189 

Technical Services Branch 

Westview Building, Lyman School, Rt. 9, Westborough, MA 01581 

1990 Otter River Survey: Water Quality Data, Wastewater Data, 
Water Quality Analysis. By Margo Webber 1991 [var. pag.] 
922/190 

The Hoosic River: Water Quality Data, Wastewater Discharge 
Data 1991. By William J. Dunn, Jr. 1992 41 p. 923/240 



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Division of Water Pollution Control, Technical Services Branch , 
continued 

Installation and Evaluation of a Waterless Toilet. By Crystal L. 
Kofke 1987 49 p. [Hampden Water Conservation Project, Research 
and Demonstration Project 80-28] 923/241 

Quabbin Tributaries: Water Quality Data Report 1989 - 1990. 
By Elaine M. Hartman et al. 1990 143 p. [Prepared in conjunction 
with the Metropolitan District Commission, Division of Watershed 
Management] 922/191 

The Restoration of Lake Lashaway. By Robert C. Haynes 1990 
[var. pag.] 922/192 & /^^^ S) • |^^ 

Matfield River Survey 1989. By Robert M. Nuzzo and Laurie E. 
Kennedy 1992 142 p. 924/169 ^ ^^^.^ ^'. 1^4^ /^|^-J^ 

Publications of the Technical Services Section 1963 - 1992. 
1992 34 p. 924/170 

Quabbin Tributaries: Water Quality Assessment Report 1989 - 
1990. By Elaine M. Hartman and Patricia E. Austin 1992 196 p. 
923/242 B f^ I. W Q ^1 

A Report on the Biological Conditions in the Blackstone River and 
Selected Tributaries: Results of the 1985 Biomonitoring Survey. 
By Arthur S. Johnson et al. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/243 

-Eft P. 3 . a : R a, S 

Dj^vision of Water Resources 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Water Resources and Aquifer Yields in the Charles River Basin, 
Massachusetts, Revised 1991. 1992 50 p. Water-Resources 
Investigations Report 88-4173 [Prepared in cooperation with the 
U.S. Geological Survey] 922/193 

Water Resources of Massachusetts. By Alsion C. Simcox 1992 
94 p. Water-Resources Investigations Report 90-4144 [Prepared 
in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey] ^ 922/194 

Division of Water Supply 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Quality of Water from Public-Supply Wells in Massachusetts, 
1975-1986. By Thomas J. Trombley 1992 63 p. Water-Resources 
Investigations Report 91-4129 [Prepared in cooperation with the 
U.S. Geological Survey] 922/195 



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Division of Water Supply, continued 

Water Quality Assurance Section 

Directory of Technical Assistance, Training and Outreach 
Organizations from July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1993. By George A. 
Zoto 1992 [var. pag. ] 924/171 ^ , j^ 

e P> 3,5 A: sf :\S 

Education Computer Network 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Network News, vol. 1, no. 2, Winter 1992. 1992 4 p. 921/140 

Educational Assessment Program 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Beyond Paper & Pencil. 1990 [var. pag.] 924/172 

On Their Own: Grade 12 Students' Reponses to Open-Ended 
Questions in Math, Reading, Science, Social Studies (Results of 
the 1990 Assessment). 1991 [var. pag.] 924/173 

Chapter 188 ' 

The Massachusetts Educational Assessment Program: 1992 
Statewide Summary. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/174 

£• O -^vi ,^ '. A (-/ -i / "^<f 
Summary of District Performance 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
924/175 6 D ^ i 2. '^ - ^ "i / 1) / M '^ 

Office of Planning , Research and Evaluation 

A Guide to the 1992 Massachusetts Educational Assessment 
Program, n.d. 1 p. 924/176 C D ^ f '^ G ^**-/3 

Elections Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

The Official Massachusetts Information for Voters: The Ballot 
Questions on Your Ballot, November 3, 1992. 1992 29 p. 924/177 

Energy Facilities Siting Council 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2109, Boston, MA 02202 

Decision and Orders. 1992 325 p. Volume 22 922/196 
Decision and Orders. 1992 459 p. Volume 23 922/197 



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Energy Facilities Siting Council, contined 

Decisions and Orders. 1992 400 p. Volume 24 924/178 
Decisions and Orders. 1992 376 p. Volume 25 924/179 

Executive Office for Administration and Finance 

Room 373, State House, Boston., MA 02133 

" Minority Business Enterprise Program: Seven Year Summary 
FY85-91. 1992 [var. pag. ] [This report was revised 12/15/92.] 
924/180 pi ^ I . 3^ ', ^64 

Performance Pay Proposal for Managers. By Peter Nessen 1992 
2 p. 924/181 B "v- (. 5^ , P -4 / 

Pride, Performance, Pay. n.d. 49 p. ^ 924/182 

Sick Leave Utilization. 1992 15 p. 923/245 

Budget Office 

FY90 Financial Planning for Capital Appropriations. 1989 6 p. 
923/244 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Campaign (COMEC) 

COMEC: Investing in the Future, Region I. 1992 [unpaged] 
924/183 

Executive Office of Communities and Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy (CHAS) 1992 - 1996. 
1991 [var. pag.] [See also: 914/269 (This is the draft plan.)] 
922/198 CDl -^ ^C7^/^' 

How to Obtain Housing Assistance in Massachusetts: A Handbook 
of Housing Resources. 1992 58 p. 922/199 CDl , ^ - fj^3/f^^ 

Bureau of Energy Programs 

The State Plan: DOE WAP FY92. By James A. Hayes and Nicholas 
J. Tsaparlis 1992 71 p. 923/246 

Office of Energy Conservation 

The State Plan: DOE WAP FY89 (Department of Energy, Weatheriza- 
tion Assistance Program), n.d. 549 p. 921/141 (^ oi '^' ^o Q / / 

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Executive Office of Communities and Development, office of Energy 
Conservation , continued 

The State Plan: DOE WAP FY90 (Department of Energy, Weatheriza- 
tion Assistance Program), n.d. 549 p. 921/142 ^Di^i . §-(--)«? /- 

The State Plan: DOE WAP FY91 (Department of Energy, Weatheriza- 
tion Assistance Program) . By James A. Hays and Nicholas J. Tsaparlis 
n.d. [var. pag.] 921/143 C. t^J , g -. <^ ^1/;/ 

Office of Fuel Assistance Y ' 

FY91: Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, n.d. 
[var. pag.] [Adminstrative Guidance for Program Operators] 
921/144 ^■*-^l^ :L?S"/? 

FY92: Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. 1992 33 p. 
[Application/State Plan to the U.S. Department of Health and Human 
Services] 921/146 CQ I , '^ ' L- ^ S /C^ 

FY92: Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, n.d. 
[var. pag.] [Adminstrative Guidance for Program Operators] 
921/145 

Small Cities Program 

FY92 Community Development Fund. 1992 10 p. 922/200 

Executive Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

1992 New Car Lemon Index. 1992 2 p. 923/247 , , 
Blue Ribbon Task Force on the Board of Registration in Medicine 
Final Report. 1992 [var. pag.] 921/147 C/^l,^-!?^^' 

Executive Office of Economic Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Suite 2101, Boston, MA 02108 

Professional Sports and Exhibition Complex Feasibility 
Analysis, Interim Report: Market Analysis and Preliminary 
Site Evaluation of Proposed Stadium and Exhibition Facilities. 
1992 [var. pag.] [Prepared by Coopers & Lybrand] 924/184 



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Executive Office of Education 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Questions & Answers about School Choice. 1992 6 p. 
924/185 

Executive Office of Elder Affairs 

38 Chauncy Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Directory of Home Improvement/Modification Resources in 
Massachusetts. By Jean Moltenbrey et al. 1991 227 p. 
922/201 ELl.'3\D^'2/4 

State Plan on Aging FY90-93 as Required by the Older 
Americans Act of 1965, as Amended through 1988. 1990 71 p. 
[Submitted to: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services] 

Executive Office of Energy Resources 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Energy Conservation Standards for New All-Electric Apartment 
Buildings. 1986 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Citizens Conservation 
Corporation] 923/248 

Executive Office of Environmental Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Clearing the Air: Massachusetts' Implementation of the Clean 
Air Act. 1992 [var. pag.] [Includes speech from Governor 
William F. Weld] 924/186 £ P» I. a : C 6">, 

Environmental Education in Massachusetts: A Listing of Programs 
and Curricula Offered by the Agencies of the Commonwealth 1988-89. 
n.d. 19 p. 923/249 

Executive Office of Health and Hunan Services 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1109, Boston, MA 02108 

Purchase of Service 

FY91 Social and Rehabilitative Service Contracting. 1991 
11 p. 921/149 



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Executive Office of Human Services 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1105, Boston, MA 02108 
Note j. Th is ag ency ^^s_n ow called the Execative-^0 f fi_cs_Qf__He a 1 th 
and Human Services . ~ ~^ 

A Guide to Human Services. 1987 28 p. 921/150 

Massachusetts: The Welfare State of America. By Charles 
Francis Mahoney 1981 21 p. 923/250 

Planning Task Force 

Resource Inventory Project 1978. 1978 [var. pag. ] 
921/151 

Social Policy Unit 

Comprehensive Homeless Assistance Plan 3 (CHAP): FFY 1990-91. 
1990 [var. pag.] 921/152 j-( S '- ^ \ (^ 3^ 

Comprehensive Homeless Assistance Plan Performance Report (CHAP 2) 
1989 [var. pag.] 923/251 

A Progress Report on Programs Funded by the Stewart B. McKinney 
Homeless Assistance Act. 1988 [var. pag.] 923/252 

Worcester Area Child Sexual Abuse Task Force 

Child Sexual Abuse: An Interdisciplinary Professional Reference 
Manual with Service Directory for Central Massachusetts. 1986 
153 p. 923/253 

Executive Office of Transportation and Construction 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

EOTC Financial Advisory Assistance Phase 1: Deliverables 
and Supporting Materials. 1992 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: 
Deloitte & Touche] 924/187 T C (• '^ '• ^ ^ ^^ / Q^^S^l 

EOTC Financial Advisory Assistance Phase 2: Deliverables 
and Supporting Materials. 1992 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: 
Deloitte & Touche] 924/188 ^ ^ 1-^' ^^ 74 / ^ W<^St ^ 

Arena Committee 

Final Recommendation. 1981 32 p. 923/254 
Transportation Privatization Task Force -j''^ i ^ . ~fCl^/^ 

Final Report. 1991 [var. pag.] 922/202 



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Film Office 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021l6 

An Economic Survey of the Massachusetts Film £e Video Production 
Industry 1990 and 1991. n.d. 22 p. [Prepared by: Butterfield 
Communications Group] 923/255 , 

f ^ i^ : t <i 1 q I"} "^^ - <\<\: 

Fitchburg state College 

160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Five Year Plan, Summary, n.d. 4 p. 923/256 
Undergraduate Catalog 1991-92. n.d. 212 p. 921/153 

Freuningham State College 

100 state Street, Framingham, MA 01701 

Catalog 1990-91. n.d. 167 p. 921/154 
Catalog 1991-92. n.d. 164 p. 921/155 
Catalog 1992-93. n.d. 170 p. 923/257 
Long-Range Plan, Executive Summary. 1983 5 p. 923/258 

General Court 

state House, Boston, MA 02133 

Clerk of the Senate and Clerk of the House 

Room 208 and Room 145, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

List of Committees of the General Court of Massachusetts 
1991 (corrected through August, 1, 1991). 1991 86 p. 
921/156 

List of Committees of the General Court 1992 (corrected 
through April 3, 1992). 1992 84 p. 922/203 

Committee on Local Affairs 

Room 134, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

1991 Legislative Review, n.d. [var. pag. ] 923/259 

House Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 146, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Out of State Travel by Agencies and State Institutions. 1992 
14 p. 924/189 (?C ef /^ II /^- Ov.v '^ 



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General Court, House Committee on Post Audit and Oversight , 
continued 

Preliminary Report on the Examination of the Athletic Department 
and the School of Physical Education at the University of 
Massachusetts at Amherst. 1992 [unpaged] 924/190 

^ C C. f-^ " • ^"^ * 

Special Report on the Executive Office of Transportation and 
Construction Contracts and Management. 1992 6 p. 924/191 

Joint Special Committee on Congressional Redisricting 
Room 109, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Criteria. 1992 2 p. 921/157 QCl^i.CR?^ 

Interim Report. 1992 24 p. [1992 House^Doc 1992] 921/158 

Office of the Speaker of the House 

Room 356, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

The House 1991: A Summary of Legislative Action. 1992 
144 p. [There was no report done in 1990.] 922/204 

Representative Mark Roosevelt 

Room 473G, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Education Reform Act of 1992, Summary (Preliminary Draft). 
By Mark Roosevelt 1992 7 p. 924/192 

Science Resource Office 
Note: This agency does not exist at the present time. 

Technical Studies: The Massachusetts Legislative Science, 
Engineering and Technology Project. By Jeremiah L. Murphy 1979 
[var. pag.] 923/260 

Senate Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 312, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Amendment to: Massachusetts Public Libraries in Crisis. 1992 
7 p. [See also: 922/205] 923/261 

Massachusetts Public Libraries in Crisis: The Burden of Non- 
Resident Lending and Borrowing. 1992 [var. pag.] JSee also: 
1992 Senate Doc 1635] 922/205 GCSff^i'' t^^S/(y 

Paying for Hospital Care in Massachusetts: The Competition 
Experiment. 1992 33 p. [See also: 1992 Senate Doc 1500] 
^22/206 G C S - F^l L- f Q7 



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General Court, Senate Committee on Post Audit and Oversight, 
continued 

Report on the Decision of the Massachusetts State Lottery to 
Offer "Lottery-By-Phone". 1992 24 p. [See also: 1992 Senate 
DOC 1480] 922/207 Q c S ■ p'^i' ' ^^1 

A Review of Faculty Workload Policies and Faculty Workloads 
at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. 1992 65 p. 
[1992 Senate Doc 1785] 924/193 ^. pni\ p.S^ 

Social Worker Caseload and Resource Availability at the 
Department of Social Services. 1992 61 p. [See also: 1992 
Senate Doc 1700 ] 923/262 q. q 3 . ? f^ U '. S <s \9 

Senator Thomas F. Birmingham 

Room 213C, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Draft Education Reform Act of 1992, Summary. By Thomas F. 
Birmingham 1992 3 p. 924/194 

Special Commission Concerning State and County Buildings 
Note: This commission is no longer in existence. 

Final Report: Volume 11. 1980 78 p. [See also: 1980 House Doc 
6300] [This report is commonly called the Ward Commission report.] 
923/264 G C ^ . '^ H 6 ' R 3, C^ 

Special Commission on Medicaid Estate Recovery 

c/o Barbara L. Wexler, Department of Public Welfare, 180 Tremont 

Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Report. 1991 [var. pag.] 923/264 

Special Commission on Tax Reform 
Note: This commission is no longer in existence. 

Charts and Tables to Accompany "The Burden and Composition 
of Massachusetts' Revenue Systems": A Preliminary Comparison 
with the National Average and Selected States. By James Wooster 
1985 70 p. 924/195 

Option Paper: Local Revenue Adequacy and Fiscal Disparity. 
By Randy Albelda 1989 [var. pag.] 923/26,6 -r j^ / o p 7/3 

Option Paper: Property Tax Relief for Low Income Residents. 
By Randy Albelda 1988 [var. pag.] 923/267 

Option Paper: The Corporate Excise in Massachusetts with 
Options for Reform. By Kevin Daly and Sandra Quinn 1989 
[var. pag.] 923/265 



69 



General Court, continued 

Special Commission Relative to the Practice of Nursing 
Room 467, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report. 1992 114 p. [1992 House Doc 6039] 924/196 

Special Commission to Develop a Master Tax Plan 
Note: This commission is no longer in existence. 

An Analysis of the 1967 Special Commission to Develop a Master 
Tax Plan. By Karl E. Kim 1984 21 p. • 923/268 , 

Special Legislative Committee on Health Care & Other Services to 
Women Incarcerated at MCI - Framingham 
Room 237, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Recommendations for Health Care at Framingham and Pending 
Legislation. By Roxanne G. Ritter 1992 [var. pag. ] [Includes 
investigative report on the circumstances surrounding the death of 
Robin Peeler] 923/269 

Special Legislative Committee on Philanthropy 
Note: This committee is no longer in existence. 

Final Report. 1983 [var. pag.] 924/197 

Tax Reform Commission 
Note: This commission is no longer in existence. 

Tax Review Commissions in the United States: The Process 
and the Issues. By Mary M. Lynch 1984 61 p. 923/270 

Governnent Land Bank 

One Court Street, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02108 

Land Bank Developments, Winter 1992. 1992 8 p. 921/159 
Land Bank Developments, Summer 1992. 1992 6 p. 923/271 

Governor 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Fiscal Year 1993 Investments in Success: Framework for Growth, 
Volume I, Budget Message. 1991 [var. pag.] [1992 House Doc 1] 
921/160 

Fiscal Year 1993 Investments in Success: Framework for Growth, 
Volume II, Line Items. 1992 [var. pag.] [1992 House Doc 1] 
921/161 



70 



Governor, continued 

Fiscal Year 1993 Investments in Success: Framework for Growth, 
Volume III, Supporting Schedule. 1992 [var. pag. ] [1992 House 
Doc 1] 921/162 

Fiscal Year 1993 Investments in Success: Framework for Growth, 
Volume IV, Tax Expenditure Budget. 1992 [var. pag.] [1992 House 
Doc 1] 921/163 

Management with Integrity: A Practical Guide for Massachusetts 
Managers- n.d. 52 p. 923/272 

Pardon Guidelines. 1992 4 p. 922/208 (^Q^ -q: PQ( 

Remarks Given at MIT's Total Quality Management Symposium, 
April 2, 1992. By William F. Weld 1992 9 p. „ 922/209 q 

Remarks on Jobs Creation Delivered at the State House, September 16, 
1992. By William F. Weld 1992 7 p. 923/273 

Cr C^ . X '. P. X^i 

Speech at the Pride in Performance Awards Dinner, October 5, 1992: 
"Overhaul of the State Personnel System". By William F. Weld 1992 
7 p. 924/198 ^^V^: Wif5 

Speech before the Republican National Convention in Houston, 
Texas on August 18, 1992. 1992 3 p. 923/274 d ^ a (o 

The State of the State: Governor William F. Weld's Report to 
the People of Massachusetts Delivered before a Joint Session of the 
Massachusetts Legislature in the Chamber of the House of Representatives 
State House, Boston, Thursday, January 16, 1992. 1992 11 p. 
[1992 Senate Doc 1] 921/164 Qj^^^^-^-^f^ 

Testimony of Governor William F. Weld before the House Committee 
on Taxation Regarding 1992 House Doc 1996: An Act Relative to 
Economic Growth. 1992 8 p. 922/210 Q^S". "S)" To §^ 

Testimony of Governor William F. Weld (R.-MASS.) to the 
Republican Platform Committee for Hearing on Family, Health, 
Education and Crime. 1992 13 p. [Testimony given on May 26, 1992 
at Salt Lake City, Utah.] 922/211 

Weld-Celluci 1992 Economic Growth Plan. 1992 [var. pag.] 



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Governor, continued 

, Chief Legal Counsel 

Brief of Governor Michael S. Dukakis in Support of the 
Constitutionality of House 6140: In the Matter of the Request 
of the House of Representatives for the Opinion of the Justices 
on the Constitutionality of House 6140, An Act Establishing 
Massachusetts Development Bank and Providing Revenue Sources 
Therefor. By S. Stephen Rosenfeld et al. n.d. 68 p. SJC #3675, 
Advisory No. A-71 923/275 

Governor's Alliance Against Drugs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Community Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programs: . 
Evaluator's Guide. By Henry Wechsler 1991 54 p. [Prepared 
by Department of Health and Social Behavior, Harvard School of 
Public Health] 921/166 G G% ■%'' 0"^^ /el's 

Community Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programs: 
Evaluator's Guide. By Henry Wechsler 1992 54 p. [In 
cooperation with the Harvard School of Public Health, 
Department of Health and Social Behavior] 924/199 , 

students' Views of Alcohol and Drug Education Programs in 
Massachusetts Public Schools. By Henry Wechsler 1991 12 p. 
[Prepared by the Department of Health and Social Behavior, 
Harvard School of Public Health] 921/167 Q jQ^ 9)' C>%'i/C-jf J^\ 

Governor's Conmittee on Physical Fitness and Sports 

150 Tremont Street, 7th floor, Boston, MA 02111 

Bibliography of Women's Sports and Fitness Literature 1989 - 
1991. 1992 30 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
922/212 



e^^i^.^-'pus7/BH7 



Fitness Day on the Hill (Kit). 1992 [var. pag. ] 
922/213 



Governor's Highway Safety Bureau 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Highway Safety Plan FY93. 1992 128 p. 924/200 



72 



Group Insurance Commission 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 

Benefit Decision Guide 1992-93 for Health, Life and Long-Term 
Disability Insurance, n.d. 31 p. 922/214 

***Directory of Providers: The HMO Blue/East Network for State 
Insureds. 1992 17 p. 922/215 /^ F) q ^ . [)£ Q 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Spring 1992. 
1992 8 p. 921/168 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Summer 1992. 
1992 6 p. 923/276 

Health Insurance Buy-Out Program. 1992 2 p. 923/277 

HMO Blue Senior Plan Plus: Provider Directory. 1992 [var. 
pag.] 922/216 f}FlO.^:. UC'i 

Questions and Answers about Health Coverage and Life Insurance 
for Commonwealth of Massachusetts Retired Employees. 1992 13 p. 
924/201 R P 1^ a : ©S"^ 

Health and Educational Facilities Authority 

99 Summer Street, Suite 1000, Boston, MA 02210 

$10,770,000 Revenue Bonds, Boston University Issue, Series M, 
New Issue, Dated: May 1, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] ^923/278 , - 

$17,390,000 Revenue Bonds, Community Colleges Program Issue, 
Series A, New Issue, Dated: January 15, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/279 

$28,595,000 Revenue Refunding Bonds, Stonehill College Issue, 
Series E, New Issue, Dated: March 1, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/280 HEFi.^'. RS-'^Z-^^O e/s4,C„ /^'^^ 

$41,615,000 Revenue Bonds, McLean Hospital Issue, Series C, 
New Issue, Dated: March 1, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/281 

$83,015,000 Revenue Bonds, Northeastern University Issue, 
Series E, New Issue, Dated: April 1, 1991. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/282 

$107,675,000 Revenue Bonds, New England Deaconess Hospital 
Issue, Series D, New Issue, Dated: April 1, 1992. 1992 [var. 
pag.] 923/283 



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Health and Educational Facilities Authority, continued 

$113,745,000 Revenue Bonds, New England Medical Center Hospitals 
Issue, Series F, New Issue, Dated: February 1, 1992. 1992 [var. 
pag.] 923/284 

$453,825,000 Revenue Bonds, South Shore Hospital Issue, Series D, 
New Issue, Dated: April 15, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/285 

Annual Report 1991 (Includes Consolidated Financial Statements), 
n.d. [var. pag.] 921/169 

Annual Report 1992 (Includes Consolidated Financial Statements 
as of June 30, 1992). 1992 37 p. 924/202 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 4, no. 4, Oct-Dec 1991. 1991 6 p. 
921/170 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 5, no. 1, Spring 1992. 1992 6 p. 
922/217 

HEFA Monitor, vol. 5,. no. 2, Summer 1992. 1992 6 p. 
923/286 

Revenue Bonds, Notre Dame Health Care Center Issue, Series A, 
Dated: December 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 921/172 

Revenue Bonds, The Medical Center of Central Massachusetts 
Issue, Series A, Dated: December 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
921/171 

Revenue Refunding Bonds, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Issue, 
Series E, Dated: December 1, 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 921/173 

Health Facilities Appeals Board 

c/o Boston University School of Law, 765 Commonwealth Avenue, 
Boston, MA 02215 

Braintree Hospital v. Department of Public Health. 1992 5 p. 
Don 4-3607 and DoN 4-3672 923/287 

New England Sinai Hospital and Rehabilitation Center v. 
Department of Public Health. 1992 4 p. DoN 5-3777 923/288 



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Highway Department 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Note: This agency was created by Chapter 552 of the Acts of 

1991. It was previously called the Department of Public Works. 

Notice of Project Change: Area North of Causeway Street; 
Central Artery /Tunnel Project, Final Supplemental Environmental 
Impact Report. 1992 [var. pag. ] EOEA #4325 [Prepared by: 
Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhof f ] 924/203 

Central Artery /Third Harbor Tunnel Project 
One South Station, Boston, MA 02110 

Notice of Project Change, CA/T Materials Disposal Plan (Includes 
maps). 1992 [var. pag.] EOEA #4325 924/204 

Notice of Project Change, Final Supplemental Environmental 
Impact Report. 1991 12 p. EOEA #4325 924/205 

Privatization Initiatives Briefing Book. 1992 [unpaged] 
923/289 

Historical Commission 

80 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Historic Places for Historic Parties, 1992 Revised Edition. 
1992 23 p. [Copies are available at the. State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 924/206 

Historic Properties Survey Manual: Guidelines for the / 
Identification of Historic and Archaeological Resources in 
Massachusetts. 1992 187 p. 924/207 SS-^ ^' H^'^/l^'*^ 

A Look Back in Time: Massachusetts Archaeology Week, June 6-14, 

1992. 1992 15 p. 922/218 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 19, no. 1, Winter 1992. 1992 
12 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 921/174 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 19, no. 2, Spring 1992. 1992 
12 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 922/219 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 19, no. 3, Summer 1992. 1992 
12 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 923/290 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 19, no. 4, Fall 1992. 1992 
12 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 924/208 



75 



Historical Commission, continued 

State Register of Historic Places 1991. 1992 305 p. 
[Copies are available from the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 921/175 

Historic Bridge Recording Project 
Note: All documents contain two sets of numbers: (1) is the 
HAER number which is the Historic American Engineering Record 
of the National Park Service of the U.S. Department of the 
Interior and (2) is the number of the Massachusetts Highway. 
Copies of all of the photographic negatives are at the 
Library of Congress. The photographs and the large scale 
drawings are at the Massachusetts State Archives. 

Amesbury: Powow River Bridge. 1992 [var. pag. ] 
HAER #MA-92; Massachusetts Highway #A-7-9 924/209 

Amesbury /Newburyport : Essex Merrimac Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-93; Massachusetts Highway #A-7-14/N-ll-10 924/210 

Belmont: Clark Street Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA-94; 
Massachusetts Highway #B-7-l 924/211 

Boston/Dedham: Spring Street Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-95; Massachusetts Highway #B-16-177/D-5-4 924/212 

Buckland/Shelburne: Shelburne Falls Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-96; Massachusetts Highway #B-28-22/S-ll-l 924/213 

Chester: North Chester Village Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-97; Massachusetts Highway #C-ll-23 924/214 

Conway /Shelburne: Bardwell's Ferry Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-98; Massachusetts Highway #C-20-17/S-ll-2 924/215 

Dudley /Webster: North Village Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-99; Massachusetts Highway #D-12-20/W-12-l 924/216 

Erving/Gill: French King Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-100; Massachusetts Highway #E-10-14/G-4-9 924/217 

Fairhaven/New Bedford: New Bedford-Fairhaven Middle Bridge. 
1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA-101; Massachusetts Highway #F-l-2/N-6-l 
924/218 

Fitchburg: (Lower) Rollstone Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-102; Massachusetts Highway #F-4-13 924/219 

Haverhill /West Newbury: Merrimac Bridge (Rocks Bridge). 1992 
[var. pag.] HAER #MA-103; Massachusetts Highway #H-12-20/W-20-4 
924/220 



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Historical Commission, Historic Bridge Recording Project, 
continued 
Note: Please see the note on page 76. 

Lancaster: Atherton Bridge (Bolton Road). 1992 [var. pag. ] 
HAER #MA-17; Massachusetts Highway #L-2-4 924/221 

Lancaster: Ponakin Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA-13; 
Massachusetts Highway #L-2-8 924/222 

Lawrence: Duck Bridge (Union Street Bridge). 1992 [var. pag.] 
HAER #MA-104; Massachusetts Highway #L-4-3 924/223 

Lee: Tuttle Bridge (Golden Hill Road Bridge). 1992 [var. 
pag.] HAER #MA-105; Massachusetts Highway #L-5-19 924/224 

Lowell: Aiken Street Bridge (Oulette Bridge). 1992 [var. 
pag.] HAER #MA-106; Massachusetts Highway #L-15-20 924/225 

Natick: Marion Street, Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA-108; 
Massachusetts Highway #N-3-3 924/226 

North Adams: Blackinton Bridge (Galvin Road Bridge). 1992 [var. 
pag.] HAER #MA-109; Massachusetts Highway #N-14-2 924/227 

Northampton: Bay State Bridge (Clement Street Bridge). 1992 [var. 
pag.] HAER #MA-110; Massachusetts Highway #N-19-47 924/228 

Northfield: Schell Memorial Bridge. 1992. [var. pag.] HAER #MA- 
111; Massachusetts Highway #N-22-2 924/229 

Oxford: Bartlett's Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA-112; 
Massachusetts Highway #0-6-4 924/230 

Russell: Woronoco Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA-113; 
Massachusetts Highway #R-13-2 924/231 

Springfield/W. Springfield: Hampden County Memorial Bridge. 
1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA-114; Massachusetts Highway #S-24-30/W- 
21-1 924/232 

Stockbridge: Butler Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA-115; 
Massachusetts Highway #S-26-3 924/233 

Wellesley: Kingsbury Street Bridge. 1992 [var. pag.] HAER #MA- 
117; Massachusetts Highway #W-13-8 924/234 

Wellesley: Weston Road Bridge (Blossom Street Bridge). 1992 
[var. pag.] HAER #MA-118; Massachusetts Highway #W-13-10 924/235 

Windsor: Coleman Bridge (Windsor Bush Road Bridge). 1992 [var. 
pag.] HAER #MA-119; Massachusetts Highway #W-41-11 924/236 



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HIV/AIDS Office 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Recommendations and Action Plan to Prevent the Transmission of 
HIV and HBV in the Delivery of Health Care Services. 1992 29 p. 
924/237 H53^. no ^, (l^^q 

Holyoke Community College 

303 Homestead Avenue, Holyoke, MA 01040 

Long-Range Plan, Summary. n.d. 8 p. . 923/291 

Housing Finance Agency 

50 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109 r- ryl-^ ^ -. yo. r Cl\ 

Annual Report 1992. 1992 32 p. 924/238 

MHFA News, Special Edition. n.d. 8 p. 921/176 

MHFA Update, vol. 11, no. 1, Fall 1991. 1991 4 p. 921/177 

MHFA Update, vol. 11, no. 4, Spring/Summer 1992. 1992 8 p. 
923/292 

Lead Abatement Program 

Get the Lead Out. n.d. 6 p. [Copies may be obtained from 
the agency above at (617) 534-5966. This program is in cooperation 
with the Executive Office of Communities and Development.] 

Tenant Assistance Program 
***The Tenant Assistance Program, n.d. [unpaged] 923/293 

c o \. x'.rd. 5 

Industrial Finemce Agency 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110 

MIFA Programs: Financing Opportunities for Massachusetts 
Businesses. n.d. 30 p. 921/179 C- H l/.'^ ' K 5^ 

MIFACTS, March 1992. 1992 4 p. 921/180 Cf)i/,3'MS^ 

$47,000,000 Tunnel Revenue Bonds, Massachusetts Turnpike 
Authority Issue, Series 1990, New Issue, Dated: October 1, 1990. 
1990 33 p. 923/294 



78 



John W. HcCormack Institute of Public Affairs 

University of Massachusetts at Boston, Harbor Campus, Boston, MA 
02125 

It'll Take More Than a Miracle: Income in Single-Mother 
Families in Massachusetts, 1979-1987. By Chris Tilly and Randy 
Albelda 1992 35 p. Occasional Paper 922/220 ( i H /O l/a-X-t 5 

***New England Journal of Public Policy, vol. 7, no. 1, Spring/ 
Summer 1991. 1991 140 p. 924/239 

***New England Journal of Public Policy, vol. 7, no. 2, Fall/ 
Winter 1991. 1991 139 p. 921/181 

Joint Labor-Management Conmittee for Municipal Police and Fire 

One Ashburton Place, Room 610, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Reports FY90 and 91. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/295 

Judges' Conference 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

A Future-Shaping Questionnaire: Results. 1992 12 p. 
922/221 J(q,^%|rGj^ 

Labor Relations Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1991. n.d. [var. pag.] 921/182 

Legal Assistance Corporation 

20 West Street, 4th Floor, Boston, MA 02111-1229 

Annual Report 1991. 1991 47 p. 921/183 

L<w-Level Radioactive Waste Management Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 903, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1991, Volume I. 1991 76 p. 921/184 

Annual Report 1991, Volume II. 1991 [var. pag.] 921/185 

LLW Up-Front, vol. 1, no. 1, Fall 1991. 1991 10 p. 921/186 

LLW Up-Front, vol. 1, no. 2, Spring 1992. 1992 6 p. 
922/222 



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Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Board, continued 

LLW Up-Front, vol. 1, no. 3, September 1992. 1992 4 p. 
924/240 

"On Borrowed Time The Challenge of Low-Level 

Radioactive Waste." 1992 1 p. (This is accompanied by a video 
of 30 minutes duration.) [Copies may be borrowed from the Board 
at the above address or by calling (617) 727-6018. Copies may be 
purchased from Adler Associates, 313 Congress Street, Boston, MA 
02210.] 924/241 

Public Participation Plan, September 1991 (Draft). 1991 13 p. 
921/187 

Survey Report 1990. By P. J. Mayo 1991 56 p. [Copies are 
available from the agency at the address above.] 921/188 

Survey Report 1991. 1992 99 p. 924/242 / ' 

Massachusetts Bay Coinmunity College 

50 Oakland Street, Wellesley Hills, MA 02181 i 

Admissions Office 

College Catalog 1991 - 1992. n.d. 231 p. 922/223 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Commuter Rail Extension Feasibility Study, Framingham to , 

Worcester, Milford & Marlborough: Final Report. 1990 [var. pag. ] ' 
[Prepared by: Stone & Webster Civil & Transportation Services, Inc.] 
921/189 

Executive Summary: Final Environmental Impact Statement/Report 
Old Colony Railroad Rehabilitation Project from Boston to Lakeville, 
Plymouth and Scituate. 1992 36 p. EOEA 5840 922/224 

FY89 Budget. 1987 [var. pag.] 922/225 / V^J^ 

FY90 Budget. 1988 [var. pag.] 922/226 

***FY91 Budget. 1989 [var. pag.] 922/227 

***FY93 Budget. n.d. [var. pag.] 922/228 



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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, continued 

Summary of the Public Involvement Program: Old Colony Railroad 
Rehabilitation Project from Boston to Lakeville, Plymouth and 
Scituate. 1991 94 p. [Prepared by: Sverdrup Corporation] 
922/229 

T Public Transit Map: Bus .. Subway .. Commuter Rail. 1992 2 p. 
924/243 -T C SO A. t '/g^ 

Volume I Final Environmental Impact Statement/Report Old Colony 
Railroad Rehabilitation Project from Boston to Lakeville, Plymouth 
and Scituate. 1992 [var. pag. ] EOEA 5840 922/230 

Volume II Final Environmental Impact Statement/Report Old Colony 
Railroad Rehabilitation Project from Boston to Lakeville, Plymouth 
and Scituate. 1992 [var. pag.] EOEA 5840 922/231 

Volume III Final Environmental Impact Statement/Report Old Colony 
Railroad Rehabilitation Project from Boston to Lakeville, Plymouth 
and Scituate. 1992 [var. pag.] EOEA 5840 922/232 

Volume IV Final Environmental Impact Statement/Report Old Colony 
Railroad Rehabilitation Project from Boston to Lakeville, Plymouth 
and Scituate. 1992 [var. pag.] EOEA 5840 922/233 

Office for Transportation Access 

Americans with Disabilities Act: MBTA Key Station Plan, 
Commuter Plan. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/245 

Americans with Disabilities Act: MBTA Key Station Plan, 
Heavy Rail/Light Rail. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/244 

MBTA, THE RIDE: Complementary Paratransit Plan (Submitted 
in Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act). 1992 
[var. pag.] 924/246 

MBTA, THE RIDE: First Annual Update of the MBTA's Complementary 
Paratransit Plan, Draft (Submitted in Compliance with the Americans 
with Disabilities Act). 1992 [var. pag.] 924/247 

Railroad Operations Directorate 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 7, no. 3, Winter 1992. 1992 4 p. 
921/190 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 7, no. 4, Summer 1992. 1992 4 p. 
923/296 

T Commuter Rail News, vol. 8, no. 1, Fall 1992. 1992 4 p. 
924/248 



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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, continued 

Safety Department 

MBTA Workplace Safety Guide, Revised July 1992. 1992 1 p. 
924/249 -fCH^ .y ' . !^ ^ S? j S 

Massachusetts Bays Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2006, Boston, MA 02202 

Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan 1991: An 
Evolving Plan for Action (Public Draft). 1991 [var. pag. ] 
921/191 t/^'.-^-. Hl^VlV 

Evaluation of Elemental Tracers for Monitoring the Transport 
of Sewage Sludge in the Marine Environment. By David K. Ryan et al. 
1992 [var. pag.] MBP-92-02 923/297 

£ p^ I 2> . I ti ^ , ^ \r / 3 

Sources and Loadings of Pollutants to the Massachusetts Bays. 
1991 [var. pag.] MBP-91-01 [Prepared by Menzie-Cura & Associates, 
inc.] 922/234 ^ /^ IS , \0^ °jR^? 

Massachusetts College of Art 

621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115 

Campus Long-Range Plan, Executive Summary. 1983 4 p. 
923/298 

Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications 

38 Sidney Street, Suite 300, Cambridge, MA 02139-4135 

Annual Report FY91. n.d. [var. pag.] 921/192 

Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency 

400 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 01701 

Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 2, Winter 1991/2. 1991 8 p. 
921/193 

MEMA Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 3, April 1992. 1992 10 p. 
922/235 

MEMA Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 4. 1992 10 p. 923/299 

MEMA Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 1, October 1992. 1992 10 p. 
924/250 



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Massachusetts Maritime Academy 

P.O.Box D, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Fisheries Program 1992. n.d. 12 p. 921/194 

Long Range Planning Report, Executive Summary. 1983 6 p. 
923/300 

President's Report, December 30, 1991. 1991 2 p. 
921/195 rvnA'« /O'^ ^1( 

Massachusetts Port Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Economic Impact Report FY91: An Economic Catalyst for New 
England, n.d. 20 p. 922/236 

Hanscom Field Master Plan and Environmental Impact Statement, 
Final Draft. 1978 35 p. 923/301 

Logan Airport Business Flyer, vol. 6, Winter 1991 - 1992. 
n.d. 8 p. 921/196 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

MIT Lincoln Laboratory Employee Relocation: Traffic Impact 
Study. By Linda Pehlke and Efi Pagitsas 1992 73 p. 923/302 

MIT Lincoln Laboratory Employee Relocation: Traffic Impact 
Study, Appendices. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/303 

Maritime Department 

Boston Fish Pier, Building E II, Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

The Port of Boston: New England's International Gateway 
(Conference Kit). 1992 [var. pag.] [Seventh Annual Maritime 
Conference, April 9, 1992] 922/237 -pCSO-O- f S5 /^/ Co^f /Cf ^^ 

Nassasoit Conmunity College 

One Massasoit Boulevard, Brockton, MA 02402 

Long-Range Strategic Plan, Executive Summary. 1983 5 p. 
923/304 

Nerrinack Valley Planning Commission 

350 Main Street, Haverhill, MA 01830 

Merrimack Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization 

1989 Unified Planning Work Program. 1989 23 p. 921/197 

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Merrimack Valley Planning Commission, Merrimack Valley 
Metropolitan Planning Organization ^ continued 

1990 Unified Planning Work Program. 1991 20 p. 921/198 

1991 Unified Planning Work Program. 1991 23 p. 921/199 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

60 Temple Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Boston Region Transportation Improvement Program, Southwest 
Corridor (Draft). 1977 [var. pag.] 923/305 

Boston Region Unified Work Program, Southwest Corridor (Draft). 
1977 [var. pag.] 923/306 

Leachate Analysis: Sanitary Landfills at Southborough , Milton, 
Quincy, Peabody and Marshfield. 1976 [var. pag.] 923/3.07 

Water Quality Project 

Landfill Sampling Analysis. 1977 [var. pag.] 923/308 

Water Quality Profiles of Small Eastern Massachusetts Streams 
(North River Basin, Ipswich River Basin, Suasco River Basin, 
Charles River Basin). 1977 [var. pag.] 923/309 

Metropolitan District Commission 

20 Somerset Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Combined Sewer Overflow Project, Progress to Date Report. 
1979 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc.] 
923/310 

Facility Guide. 1992 32 p. 924/251 

Peddock's Island Building Study. 1990 [var. pag.] DCPO Project 
No. MDC 887-4 STU [Prepared by: Moore-Heder Architects, Inc.] 
922/238 

Peddock's Island Building Study: Building 29, Fire Damage 
Report. 1990 [var. pag.] DCPO Project No. MDC 87-4 STU [Prepared 
by: Moore-Heder Architects , Inc.] 922/239 

Peddock's Island Building Study: Phase 5, Building Condition 
Survey, Part A (Buildings 1-16). 1989 [var. pag.] DCPO Project 
No. MDC 87-4 STU [Prepared by: Moore-Heder Architects, Inc.] 
922/240 



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Metropolitan District Commission, continued 

Peddock's Island Building Study: Phase 5, Building Condition 
Survey, Part B (Buildings 17-29). 1989 [var. pag. ] DCPO Project 
No. MDC 87-4 STU [Prepared by: Moore-Heder Architects, Inc.] 
922/241 

Peddock's Island Building Study: Phase 5, Building Condition 
Survey, Part C (Buildings 30 - 39, Additional Structures). 1989 
[var. pag.] DCPO Project No. MDC 87-4 STU [Prepared by: 
Moore-Heder Architects, Inc.] 922/242 

Middlesex Community College 

Springs Road, Bedford, MA 01730 

Five Year Master Plan, Executive Summary, n.d. [unpaged] 
923/311 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Compeuiy 

P.O. Box 426, Ludlow, MA 01056 

$255,900,000 Power Supply System Revenue Bonds, Series D,E, 
and F, New Issue-Full Book Entry, Dated: August 1, 1992. 1992 
[var. pag.] 923/312 

$431,325,000 Power Supply System Revenue Bonds, Series A and B, 
New Issue - Full Book Entry, Dated: April 1, 1992. 1992 
[var. pag.] 922/243 

First Quarter Report for the Months Ended March 31, 1992. 
1992 1 p. 922/244 

Joint Long-Range Forecast of Electric Power Needs and Requirements 

1991 - 2001. n.d. [var. pag.] 923/313 ^^ (.a.LS^S 

Second Quarter Report for the Months Ended June 30, 1992. 1992 
1 p. 923/314 

Third Quarter Report for the Months Ended September 30, 1992. 

1992 1 p. 924/252 

Corporate Communications /Public Affairs Office 

***Annual Report 1991 (Includes financial statements). 1992 33 p. 
922/245 



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Musevun of Contemporary Art 

87 Marshall Street, North Adams, MA 01247 

Feasibility Study Budget Proposal. 1988 [var. pag.] 921/200 

Fund-Raising Feasibility Study and Campaign Plan. n.d. 29 p. 
[Prepared by: C.W. Shaver & Company] 921/201 

Museum and Commercial Market Analysis, Programming Recommenda- 
tions and Commercial Development Financial Feasibility. 1989 [var. 
pag.] [Prepared by: Leggat McCall Advisors, Inc.] 921/202 

Phase I Base Plan Estimate. 1990 107 p. E81-89689.1 [Prepared 
by: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill] 921/203 

Review of Feasibility Cost Estimate. 1990 11 p. [Prepared by: 
Andrew Chartwell & Co.] 921/204 

Revised FY90-91 Budget. n.d. 6 p. 921/205 

Executive Planning Group 

Quarterly Report, October - December 1988. 1989 [var. pag.] 
921/206 

Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Prograin 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Atlas of Estimated Habitats of State-Listed Rare Wetlands 
Wildlife, 1992 Edition. 1992 [unpaged] 922/246 

Natural Heritage News, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring 1992. 1992 8 p. 
922/247 

Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 2, Fall 1991. 1991 8 p. 921/207 

North Adams State College 

North Adams, MA 01247 

1989 Viewbook. n.d. 22 p. 923/315 
Catalog 1988 - 1990. n.d. 227 p. 921/208 
Catalog 1992 - 1994. n.d. 259 p. 921/209 



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North Shore Community College 

3 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915 

Office of Planning & Research 

Five Year Plan FY84 - FYS 8, An Executive Summary. n.d. 
[unpaged] 923/316 

Northern Essex Community College 

Elliott Way, Haverhill, MA 01830 

Master Plan for 1982 - 1987, Executive Summary, n.d. 5 p. 
923/317 

Northern Middlesex Council of Governments 

35 Market Street, Lowell, MA 01852 
Note: This agency was previously called the Northern Middlesex 
Planning Area Commission. 

Annual Report 1991. n.d. 8 p. 921/210 

Office for Children 

10 West Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Foster Care + Adoption; Monitoring + Evaluation: Training 
Materials. 1975 66 p. 921/211 

Manual on Monitoring and Evaluation. By Carole C. Upshur 
1976 [var. pag. ] 921/212 

Berkshire County Council for Children 
150 North Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Help for Children: A Guide to Berkshire Services for Children 
and Their Families. 1987 49 p. 921/213 

Community Development Unit 

Community Review: Policies and Procedures of the Massachusetts 
Office for Children and the Councils for Children. 1981 20 p. 
921/214 

Region I 

An Assessment of the Need for Services for Children and 
Families in the Franklin County Area. 1988 56 p. [Prepared 
by: Market Street Research] 921/215 



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Office for Children, Region Ij. continued 

Major Barriers to the Delivery of Children's Services in 
Massachusetts: A Special Report Based on Cases Reviewed. By John 
F. Gajda 1980 36 p. 921/216 

Special Committee on Family Support and the Child Welfare System 

From Crisis to Opportunity: Recommendations for Promoting 
Child and Family Weil-Being in Massachusetts (Includes executive 
summary and fact sheet). By Sandra Venner et al. 1992 [var. pag.] 
[Copies are available from the Committee at 14 Beacon Street, Suite 
706, Boston, MA 02108 (617) 742-8555] ,,924/253 

SSI Advocacy Center E^t^. S^ ^^ 

Massachusetts SSI Advocate's Manual Updates. 1980 271 p. 
921/217 

State Advisory Council 

Our Commitment to Children: A Report Card for the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts Calendar Year 1991. 1992 14 p. 
921/218 H^S^-^'* ^^7 

Children's Budget FY93: Our Forgotten Commitment to Children. 
1992 55 p. 922/248 

Task Force on Evaluation and Purchase of Service 

Report (Draft). By Carole C. Upshur 1976 14 p. 921/219 

Office for Nonsmoking and Health 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Achieving Smoke Free Schools for Massachusetts: A 
Comprehensive Approach. By Martha C. Wood and Carole A. Roy 
1991 55 p. [Copies are available from the agency at the address 
above.] 921/220 ' -//S^O. ^OOQ- ^C H 6 

Office for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Faces of Homelessness: A Teacher's Guide, n.d. 2 p. 
[This is accompanied by a video.] 921/221 

State Plan to Address the Educational Needs of Homeless 
Children and Youth 1991 - 1994, Revised May 1991. 1991 46 p. 

921/222 £ V'i-/^ ■^ : Q-f ^ ] 



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Office of Business Development 

100 Cambridge Street, 13th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Research Office 

Massachusetts Cities and Towns: Data. n.d. 12 p. [Data is 
from 1988] 922/249 ^ _ . ^ -^^ /,, 

Office of Campaign and Political Finance 

One Ashburton Place, Room 411, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisory Opinion (Anna Maria Scholarship) . 1992 3 p. 
AO-92-29 924/254 

Advisory Opinion (Arthur S. Fulman). 1992 4 p. AO-92-1 
921/223 

Advisory Opinion (Attendance at Political Functions). 1992 
3 p. AO-92-03 922/250 

Advisory Opinion (Board of Registration in Medicine). 1992 
5 p. AO-92-07 922/251 

Advisory Opinion (Charter Revision Campaign - Town of Dedham) . 

1991 3 p. AO-91-30 921/224 

Advisory Opinion (Citizens for Joe Malone). 1992 3 p. AO-92-15 
923/318 

Advisory Opinion (City of Fitchburg) . 1992 4 p. AO-92-08 
922/252 

Advisory Opinion (Daniel F. Conley) . 1992 2 p. AO-92-09 
922/253 

Advisory Opinion (Employee of Organization Running for Elected 
Office). 1992 2 p. AO-92-20 923/319 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditures for Clothing and Image). 1992 
3 p. AO-92-06 922/254 

Advisory Opinion (Fundraiser in Public Employee Home - Republican 
Party). 1992 3 p. AO-92-13 923/320 

Advisory Opinion (Independent Expenditures). 1992 4 p. 
AO-92-21 923/321 

Advisory Opinion Index and Summaries through August 1992. 

1992 49 p. 923/333 



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Office of Campaign and Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Initiative Petition Expenditures). 1992 
3 p. AO-92-27 924/255 

Advisory Opinion ("Involuntary" State Employee). 1992 2 p. 
AO-92-17 923/322 

Advisory Opinion (Janet Stavnezer) . 1992 4 p. AO-92-34 
924/256 

Advisory Opinion (Mary Jo Cutler, Bureau of School Nutrition 
Services). 1992 3 p. AO-92-33 924/257 

Advisory Opinion (Non-Prof it Corporations/Campaign Contributions) 

1991 4 p. AO-91-31 921/226 

Advisory Opinion (Office of the Republican Floor Leader, 
Representative David H. Locke). 1992 3 p. AO-92-18 923/323 

Advisory Opinion (Person in the Service/M . G . L . c.55, s.l5). 

1992 3 p. AO-92-16 923/324 

Advisory Opinion (Political Consultation to Elected Officials). 
1992 3 p. AO-92-02 922/255 

Advisory Opinion (Public Building/Equal Access). 1992 2 p. 
AO-92-26 924/258 

Advisory Opinion (Public Employee Fundraising) . 1992 2 p. 
AO-92-19 923/325 

Advisory Opinion (Public Employee Fundraising Restrictions). 
1992 3 p. AO-92-30 924/259 

Advisory Opinion (Public Employee Leave of Absence). 1992 2 p. 
AO-92-24 923/326 

Advisory Opinion (Public Employee Seeking Elected Office). 
1992 3 p. AO-92-25 923/327 

Advisory Opinion (Public Employee/Candidate Fundraising 
Restrictions). 1992 3 p. AO-92-11 922/256 

Advisory Opinion (Public Employees and Political Solicitation). 
1991 6 p. AO-91-25 921/227 

Advisory Opinion (Purchase of Converted Van). 1992 3 p. 
AO-92-22 923/328 

Advisory Opinion (Reimbursement for Community Meeting). 1992 
2 p. AO-92-23 923/329 



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Office of Campaign and Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Edward M Lambert, Jr.)« 1992 
3 p. AO-92-31 924/260 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Joan M. Menard; Expenditures 
for Cleaning and^jCertain Clothing). 1992 3 p. AO-92-05 
92:2V<257 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Peter Forman) . 1992 5 p. 
AO-92-04 922/258 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Peter Forman) . 1992 4 p. 
AO-92-04B 923/330 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Shaun P. Kelly). 1992 '3 p. 
AO-92-28 924/261 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Timothy O'Leary) . 1991 4 p. 
AO-9fl-29 921/228 

Advisory Opinion (Senator David H. Locke). 1992 3 p. AO-92-12 
923/331 

Advisory Opinion (Senator Edward L. Burke). 1992 2 p. AO-92-10 
922/260 

Advisory Opinion (The Markel Committee). 1991 4 p. AO-91-28 
921/225 

Advisory Opinion (Town Manager - Amherst). 1992 4 p. AO-92-32 
924/262 

Advisory Opinion (Travel Expenses to a National Convention). 
1992 2 p. AO-92-14 923/332 

Interpretative Bulletin: Extent to which Policy-Making 
Officials May Act or Speak in Support of or Opposition to Ballot 
Questions. 1992 6 p. OCPF-IB-92-02 924/263 

Interpretative Bulletin: The Application of the Campaign 
Finance Laws to Public Employees and Political Solicitation. 1992 
10 p. OCPF-IB-92-01 923/334 

Registered Multi-Candidates Committees in Massachusetts. 1992 
54 p. 923/335 

Registered Multi-Candidates Committees in Massachusetts. 1992 
37 p. 922/259 



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Office of Community Education 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Community Education: Building Stronger Communities for 
Massachusetts. 1992 8 p. Community Education Policy Paper 
922/261 ' -E O 4H ,^ . eT3> 

Directory of Established and Emerging Local Education 
Foundations in Massachusetts. 1991 28 p. 921/229 £^ P W7g:DCQ 

School -Community Compacts for Family Involvement in Education: 
Summary of a Working Conference. 1992 48 p. [Conference of the 
MESPA (Massachusetts Elementary School Principals' Association) 
held on November 19, 1991 in Marlboro. MA.] 922/262 

EOH^ . ^"' S c G3 /3 

The Superintendents' Leadership Role in School-Based Improvement: 
Documentation of Colloquia of the 1990-91 School-Based Improvement 
Project. 1991 72 p. 921/230 E P WM.<:? '- S^^7^ 

Boston/Chelsea Urban Team 

***Directions in Urban Education for the Nineties: Second Report 
of the Boston/Chelsea Urban Team. 1992 77 p. 923/336 

Office of Educational Technologies 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Massachusetts Educational Television Program Guide 1992 - 1993. 
n.d. 52 p. 923/337 

***Update, September 1991. 1991 10 p. 921/231 

Update, November 1991. 1991 10 p. 921/232 

Office of Federal-State Relations 

Room 259, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

Analysis of the Proposed Fiscal 1984 Budget of the United 
States of America. 1983 147 p. 921/233 

Office of Leasing and state Office Plemning 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1505, Boston, MA 02108 

***State Transportation Building: Management Proposal. 1992 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by: R.M. Bradley & Co., Inc.] 
924/264 



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Office of Management and Infomation Systems 

One Asburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Bureau of Network Systems 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Telephone Directory 1992. 1992 
[var. pag.] 924/265 

Bureau of Technical Education 

Class Schedule September 1990 - August 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
922/263 

Class Schedule September - October 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/338 

Class Schedule November - December 1992, January 1993. 1992 6 p. 
924/266 

Office of School Finance 

1385 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169 

Integrated Per Pupil Cost and Community Rank 1989-1990. 1991 
9 p. 921/234 ^ Dl^-, X^Z 

Per Pupil Expenditures by Program 1989/90. 1991 [var. pag.] 
923/339 

Per Pupil Expenditures by Program 1990/91. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/340 

Office of the Commissioner of Probation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 405, Boston, MA 02108 

Juvenile Delinquency: A Study of Massachusetts Juvenile 
Probationers. By Matthew E. Archibald et al. 1992 45 p. 
921/235 ^G-^-Cr?^ 

Research and Planning Department . Administrative Services Division 

Juvenile New Risk/Need Summary Tables: 1987/88, 1989, 1990 and 1991, 
1992 [unpaged] 922/264 

Office of the Comptroller 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year 
Ended June 30, 1991. 1991 144 p. [Copies are available from 
the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 
(617) 727-2834.] 921/236 

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Office of the comptroller, continued 

Expenditure Classification Handbook. 1992 [var. pag.] [This 
handbook replaces the FY92 issue distributed in March of 1991.] 
923/341 

MMARS (Massachusetts Management Accounting and Reporting System) 
FY89 Closing Instructions. 1989 47 p. 922/265 

MMARS (Massachusetts Management Accounting and Reporting System) 
FY90 Opening Instructions. 1989 [var. pag.] 922/266 

MMARS (Massachusetts Management Accounting and Reporting System) 
FY90 Closing Instructions. 1990 53 p. 922/267 

MMARS (Massachusetts Management Accounting and Reporting' System) 
FY91 Opening Instructions. 1990 [var. pag.] 922/268 

A Review of the Retention and Collection of Non-Tax Revenue 
by Commonwealth Agencies, Final Report. 1990 [var. pag.] 
924/267 

Statutory Basis Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended 
June 30, 1991. 1991 82 p. [Copies are available from the 
State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 921/237 

Office of the Inspector General 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1991. 1992 41 p. 923/342 

Disposition of State Property: The Elm Bank Case. 1992 40 p. 
923/343 ^ (5 L. a, '. D ^ 3, 

The DMR (Department of Mental Retardation) Investigations 
Division: A Critical Review. 1992 65 p. , 924/268 

Exclusive Towing Contracts on the Turnpike: The Motorist, 
Broken Down and Disadvantaged. 1992 13 p. 924/269 

Letter to Governor William F. Weld on the Borrowing Practices 
of the Turnpike Authority. By Robert A. Cerasoli 1992 5 p. 

924/270 X ^ I a- L s lyi 

Letter to John J. Haley, Jr. of the MBTA Regarding Consultant 
Selection Procedures. By Robert A. Cerasoli 1992 5 p. 
924/271 -TL "^ '-^ •C7fe/a 

Letter to John J. McGlynn of the Public Employee Retirement 
Administration. By Robert A. Cerasoli 1992 3 p. 923/344 

-^ G I. :^ . L s 7 

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Office of the Inspector General^ continued 

Repair Plates: Special-Interest Privileges at Public Expense. 
1992 39 p. 924/272 X C^" f • ^ • f^ 30 

Office of the Lieutenant Governor 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Remarks of Lieutenant Governor Paul Cellucci before the U.S. 

House Committee on Ways and Means on the Low Income Housing Tax 

Credit Program, January 29, 1992. By Argeo Paul Cellucci 1992 

4 p. 924/274 ^3 A '-^0^1 

Remarks of Lieutenant Governor Paul Cellucci before the Women's 
Legislative Caucus on Domestic Violence, March 2, 1992. By Argeo 
Paul Cellucci 1992 5 p. 924/273 G 2> . 0. '. R '3C^ /X 

Testimony of Lieutenant Governor Paul Cellucci before the Joint 
Committee on Criminal Justice House No. 5367, April 15, 1992. 
By Argeo Paul Cellucci 1992 5 p. 924/275 

Office of the Secretary of State 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Numerical Listing of the Acts and Resolves of the 1991 
Legislative Session: Acts - Chapters 1 through 558; Resolves - 
Chapters l through 4. 1992 [unpaged] [Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 921/238 

Division of Archives 

County Records Management Manual, n.d. [var. pag. ] 922/269 

Municipal Records Management Manual, n.d. [var. pag.] 
922/270 SS I , 2 ' ^ S 3s 

State Agency Records Management Manual, n.d. [var. pag.] 
922/271 SS i. ^ ' S-^ 5,^ 

Tours and Government Education 

Guides' Gazette. 1992 11 p. 923/345 

Guides' Gazette, April 1992. 1992 9 p. 922/272 



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Office of the State Fire Marshal 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

The 1989 Massachusetts Fire Incident Reporting System Annual 
Report. 1990 102 p. 921/239 

Massachusetts Burn Injury Reporting System 1991: Statistical 
Report (M-BIRS). 1992 67 p. 922/273 

Suffolk County Fire Data Analysis 1992. 1992 [var. pag. ] 
Prepared by: Suffolk County Arson Prevention Program] 
922/274 , P5 1^.'^ '.5-\ a "^ /c^^l 

Office of Travel & Tourism 

100 Cambridge Street, 13th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

A Great Place to Find Yourself: Massachusetts. 1992 [unpaged] 
923/346 

Massachusetts Fall Events. 1992 51 p. 923/347 

Massachusetts Accommodations Guide. 1992 112^ p. _ 922/275 

Massachusetts Attractions Guide. 1992 72 p. 922/276. 

Massachusetts Bed and Breakfast Guide. 1992 96 p. 922/277 

Massachusetts Summer Events. 1992 72 p. |v 9^2/278^ . 

Massachusetts Winter Events & Ski Guide, Winter 1992/93. 1992 
47 p. 924/276 

Office on Disability 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

***Community Access Monitor Project. 1992 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by: Adaptive Environments Center] 923/348 

Old Colony Planning Council 

70 School Street, Brockton, MA 02401-4097 

Annual Report 1991-92. n.d. [unpaged] 923/350 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 10, no. 1, Winter 1992. 1992 4 p. 922/279 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 10, no. 2, Spring 1992. 1992 4 p. 922/280 



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Old Colony Planning Council, continued 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Planning 
Committee Newsletter, vol. 10, no. 3, Summer 1992. 1992 4 p. 
923/349 

Old Colony Metr opo 1 i tan Planning Organization 

Transit Directory for the Old Colony Region. 1992 [var. pag. ] 
922/281 

Parole Board 

Fort Point Place, 27-43 Wormwood Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 
02210-1606 

Board Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 1, February 1992. 1992 8 p. 
922/282 

Planning, Research and System Development Unit By Richard Lunden 
n.d. 70 p. 922/283 

Public Health Council 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Analysis of Phase I Participation in the Community Health 
Initiative Program. By Michael T. Myers, Jr. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/351 ^<^ I lO Q.[ A A l3 

Public Records Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1719, Boston, MA 02108 

Financial Statistics for Lobbyists, December 31, 1991. 1991 
55 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore ,. Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 921/240 

Legislative Agents & Employers, Disclosed Salaries, December 31, 
1991. 1991 190 p. [Copies are available from the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
921/241 

Legislative Agents & Employers, January 1, 1991 - December 31, 

1991. 1992 [var. pag.] [Copies are available from the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
921/242 

Legislative Agents & Employers, January 1, 1992 - March 31, 

1992. 1992 146 p. 922/284 



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Public Records Division, continued 

Legislative Agents & Employers January 1, 1992 - August 31, 
1992. 1992 176 p. 923/352 

Personal Information Filed with Massachusetts Agencies 
Pursuant to M.G.L. Chapter 66A, the Fair Information Practices 
Act (Published to M.G.L. Chapter 30, Section 63) 1988 - 1992; 
Supplement. 1992 [unpaged] 924/277 

Quinsigamond Community College 

670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA 01606 

Five Year Plan, Executive Summary. n.d. 2 p. 923/353 

Radiation Control Program 

305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Advisory Council on Radiation Protection 

Annual Report 1990 and 1991. 1992 [unpaged] 922/285 

Rate Setting Commission 

Two Boylston Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02116 

Hospital Payment System Advisory Commission (This commission 
was established by Chapter 495 of the Acts of 1991. ) 
c/o Liz Baril, Department of Public Health, 150 Tremont Street, 
10th floor, Boston, MA 02111. 

***DoN (Determination of Need) Public Hearing Transcript. 1992 
[var. pag.] [Hearing was held on October 26, 1992.] 924/278 

Receiver of the City of Chelsea 

Annual Report, September 1992. By James F. Carlin 1992 
6 p. 924/279 

Registry of vital Records and Statistics 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report 1989: Vital Statistics of Massachusetts. 1992 
165 p. Public Document No. 1 923/354 



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Rehabilitation Commission 

27-43 Wormwood Street, Suite 600, Boston, MA 02210 

Annual Report FY91. n.d. 27 p. 923/355 

Salem State College 

352 Lafayette Street, Salem, MA 01970 

1980-82 Catalog. n.d. 148 p. 923/356 

1984-86 Catalog. n.d. 168 p. 923/357 

1986-88 Catalog. n.d. 201 p. 923/358 

1988-90 Catalog. n.d. 271 p. 923/359 

1990-92 Catalog. n.d. 295 p. 923/360 

1992-94 Catalog. n.d. 296 p. 924/280 

Five-Year Plan, Executive Summary, n.d. 4 p. 923/361 

Graduate and Continuing Education 

Summer Sessions 1992: Graduate, Undergraduate and Non-Credit 
Programs, n.d. 72 p. 922/286 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Note: This university is now part of the University of 
Massachusetts system. 

Five-Year Plan 1982 - 1087, Executive Summary. 1983 3 p. 
923/362 

Springfield Technical Community College 

One Armory Square, Springfield, MA 01105 

1991-92 Catalog: 25th Anniversary 1967 - 1992. n.d. 301 p. 
924/281 

Long-Range Plan Summary. 1983 4 p. 923/363 

State Board of Building Regulations and Stemdards 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1301, Boston, MA 02108 

SBBRS Newsletter, January 1986. 1986 4 p. 921/243 
SBBRS Newsletter, March 1986. 1986 7 p. 921/244 



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state Board of Building Regulations and Standards, continued 



CODEWORD, May 1986. 1986 6 p. [This newsletter changed its name 
with this issue from SSBRS Newsletter to CODEWORD.] 921/245 



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August 1986. 1986 7 p. 921/246 
October 1986. 1986 6 p. 921/247 
December 1986. 1986 6 p. 921/248 
February 1987. 1987 10 p. 921/249 
April 1987. 1987 8 p. 921/250 
October 1987. 1987 8 p. 921/251 
December 1987. 1987 8 p. 921/252 
May 1988. 1988 8 p. 921/253 
July 1988. 1988 8 p. 921/254 
November 1988. 1988 8 p. 921/255 
January 1989. 1989 8 p. 921/256 
March 1989. 1989 8 p. 921/257 
May 1989. 1989 8 p. 921/258 
May 1989. 1989 8 p. 921/258 
July 1989. 1989 8 p. 921/259 
October 1989. 1989 8 p. 921/260 
January 1990. 1990 10 p. 921/261 
May 1990. 1990 10 p. 921/262 
December 1990. 1990 8 p. 921/263 
September 1991. 1991 18 p. 921/264 
December 1991. 1991 10 p. 921/265 
March 1992. 1992 10 p. 912/266 
September 1992. 1992 12 p. 924/282 



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state Bookstore 

Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Catalog, Winter/Spring 1992. 1992 64 p. [Copies are 
available from the agency at the above address.] 921/267 

Catalog, Fall/Winter 1992. 1992 64 p. [Copies are available 
from the agency at the above address.] 924/283 

State College Building Authority 

136 Lincoln Street, Boston, MA 02111 

$35,000,000 Project Revenue Bonds, Series 1988-A, New Issue, 
Dated: April l, 1988. 1988 [var. pag. ] 921/268 

$61,020,000 Project and Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 1986-A, 
New Issue, Dated: April 1, 1986. 1986 [var. pag.] 921/269 

Annual Report for the period January 1, 1991 through December 31, 
1991. n.d. 4 p. 921/270 

Financial Statements for the Six Months Ended December 31, 1991. 
1992 15 p. 921/271 

Financial Statements for the Year Ended June 30, 1992. 1992 
22 p. [Prepared by: Keith, Hersey, Sheehan, Benoit, Dempsey & 
Oman, P.C] 924/284 

State Ethics Conunission 

One Ashburton Place, Room 619, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY91. 1992 16 p. 922/287 

Bulletin, vol 14, no. 1, March 1992. 1992 8 p. 922/288 

Bulletin, vol. 14, no. 2, June 1992. 1992 8 p. 923/364 

Bulletin, vol. 15, no. 1, December 1992. 1992 12 p. 924/285 

Commission Advisory No. 4, Political Activity (Revised June 16, 
1992). 1992 8 p. 924/286 

Educational Materials List for County /Municipal/State Employees 
and Officials. 1992 2 p. 923/365 

A Practical Guide to the Conflict of Interest and Financial 
Disclosure Laws for Elected Officials. By Catherine Shahari Bromberg 
et al. 1992 44 p. 923/366 



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state Ethics Commission, continued 

Rulings, Enforcement Actions, Advisory Opinions 1990. 1991 
[var. pag.] 922/289 

Rulings, Enforcement Actions, Advisory Opinions 1991. 1992 
[var. pag. ] 922/290 

Statement of Financial Interests Instruction Booklet. 1991 
25 p. 921/272 S G '"^ ^' ^"^ "^ t 

State Library 

Room 341, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Environmental Site Surveys: Resources in the State Library 
of Massachusetts. 1992 1 p. 922/291 

Massachusetts State Publications 1990. 1992 199 p. 921/273 

Massachusetts State Publications 1991. 1992 175 p. 923/367 

State Lottery Commission 

15 Rockdale Street, Braintree, MA 02184 

Beano Directory 1992: Where the Games Are. 1992 16 p. 
922/292 

Charitable Gaming Annual Report 1991. n.d. 17 p. 922/293 

State Office of Affirmative Action 

One Ashburton Place, Room 303, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY91. By Joan McLaurin 1991 [var. pag.] 
921/274 

State Office of Minority & Women Business Assistance 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Directory 1991-92. 1991 164 p. [Copies are available 
from the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-1834.] 921/275 

Supreme Judical Court 

1300 New Court House, Boston, MA 02108 

Commission on Judicial Conduct vs. B. Joseph Fitzsiiiimons, Jr. 
1992 [var. pag.] OE-0089 922/294 



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Supreme Judicial Court, continued 

In the Matter of Petition for Promulgation of Rules Regarding 
the Protection of Confidential News Sources and Other Unpublished 
Information. 1984 [var. pag. ] No. 3639 [Addendum to Brief of 
William M. Bulger, President of the Massachusetts Senate.] 
923/369 

In the Matter of Petition for Promulgation of Rules Regarding 
the Protection of Confidential News Sources and Other Unpublished 
Information. 1984 44 p. [Brief of William M. Bulger, President 
of the Massachusetts Senate] 923/368 

Report of the Committee on S.J.C. Rule 3.10 and Related Matters 
to the Justices. 1992 [var. pag.] 921/276 JVq. '- \$ Q^/7 

Chief Justice ^s Commission on the Future of the Courts 

***Report: Reinventing Justice 2022. 1992 118 p. [Further 
information is available from the Public Information Office of 
the SJC at Room 218, Old Courthouse, Boston, MA 02108 (617) 725-8524.] 
922/295 :i\.^'. K^l 

Commission to Study Racial and Ethnic Bias in the Courts 

Progress Report. 1992 10 p. 924/287 
Committee for Gender Equality 

Annual Report June 1990. 1990 15 p. 922/296 

Committee on Certification of Lawyer Specialization 

***Report. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/288 

Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee 

11 Beacon Street, Suite 925, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisor, No. 37, June 1992. 1992 24 p. 923/370 

***A Handbook on Legal Rights of Developmental ly Disabled People 
in Massachusetts, Revised Edition. 1981 [var. pag.] 923/371 

Office of the Chief Administrative Justice 

Report of the Subcommittee on Legislation of the Massachusetts 
Judicial Conference. 1988 [var. pag.] 923/372 

Report of the Subcommittee on Legislation of the Massachusetts 
Judicial Conference. 1989 [var. pag.] 923/373 



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supreme Judicial Courts office of the chief Administrative Justice , 
continued 

Report of the Subcommittee on Legislation of the Massachusetts 
Judicial Conference. 1990 [var. pag.] 923/374 

Report of the Subcommittee on Legislation of the Massachusetts 
Judicial Conference. 1991 [var. pag.] 923/375 

Report of the Subcommittee on Legislation of the Massachusetts 
Judicial Conference. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/376 

Office of the Chief Justice 

Annual Report on the State of the Massachusetts Judiciary. 
By Paul J. Liacos 1992 18 p. [Given at the Massachusetts 
Bar Conference, Westin Hotel, January 25, 1992] 921/277 

Supervisory Committee on Judicial Performance Enhancement 
Note: Previously called the Advisory Committee on Judicial 
Performance Evaluation 

Report and Recommendations, n.d. 11 p. 924/289 

Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Challenge Fund 

c/o Dianne Hagan, Department of Public Health, 150 Tremont Street, 
Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report FY91. n.d. [undated] 924/290 

Annual Report FY91, Executive Summary, n.d. 2 p. 924/291 

Overview of the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Services through 
the Office for Children Challenge Fund. n.d. [var. pag.] 
[This is the first annual report.] 924/292 ^ 

\\$ S O . '^ ^ ^ ^ 

Thrift Fund 

50 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report 1991: Massachusetts, A History of Innovation. 
1992 20 p. 921/278 

Thrift Funding, Fall 1988. 1988 4 p. [There was no report 
in 1990. ] 924/293 

Thrift Funding, Fall 1989. 1989 4 p. 924/294 

Thrift Funding, Summer 1991. 1991 4 p. 924/295 

Thrift Funding, Summer/Fall 1992. 1992 4 p. 924/296 



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Trial Court 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1989. 1990 182 p. 922/297 
Annual Report 1990. n.d. 198 p. 922/298 
Annual Report 1991. n.d. 155 p. 922/299 

Turnpike Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

$40,000,000 Turnpike Improvement Revenue Bonds, 1986 Series A, 
New Issue, Dated: July 1, 1986. 1986 [var. pag. ] 923/377 

5 Year Reconstruction and Improvement Program: Summary Report 
1992. 1992 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Howard Needles, Tammen 
& Bergendoff] 923/378 T <: '-tO,^\ F S% 

500: Celebrate Discovery All Across Massachusetts. 1992 1 p. 
924/297 

Analysis of the Operations and Structure of the Authority: 
Final Report. 1992 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: KPMG, Peat Marwick] 
923/379 -rc HO.a ■. A,^ (M 

MassPike Tourist Guide to Greater Boston: MAP. n.d. 2 p. 
[Map was produced on the occasion of the visit of the Tall Ships 
to Boston in July of 1992.] 923/380 . (x\'^'%[^ 

Privatization Turnpike Report. 1992 15 p. [Prepared by 
Goldman, Sachs Co.] 922/300 

Reguest for Proposal (RFP) Investment Banking Services. 1992 
21 p. 923/381 

Office of the General Counsel 

Annual Report 1991. n.d. 51 p. [Includes Financial Statements] 
922/301 

University of Lowell 

One University Avenue, Lowell, MA 01854 

Note: This university is now part of the University of 
Massachusetts system. 

Master Plan 1982 - 1987, Summary, n.d. 3 p. 923/382 



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University of Massachusetts 

250 Stuart Street, Boston, MA 02116 

1991-92 Facts: The State's University; Amherst, Boston, 
Dartmouth, Lowell and Worcester. 1992 1 p. 922/302 

Institute for Governmental Services 
Note: This agency is now called the Maurice A. Donahue Institute 
for Governmental Services 

***7th Annual Massachusetts Cherry Sheet Conference, June 27, 1980. 
1980 90 p. 923/383 

Office of the President 

Report of the President, 1986: David C. Knapp. 1986 [unpaged] 
923/384 

University of Massachusetts at Amherst 

Aralierst, MA 01003 

Graduate Commencement May 23, 1992. 1992 1 p. 922/303 

Graduate Commencement May 23, 1992. 1992 [unpaged] 922/304 

Graduate Program in Neuroscience and Behavior, n.d. [unpaged] 
921/279 

Massachusetts: The Magazine for Alumni & Friends of the 
University of Massachusetts, vol. 4, no. 1, Fall 1992. 1992 49 p. 
924/298 

New students Program Class of 1996. n.d. 16 p. 922/305 

One Hundred and Twenty- Second Undergraduate Commencement, 
Sunday May 24, 1992. 1992 [unpaged] 922/306 

Parents Program' 92. n.d. 4 p. 921/280 

Undergraduate Commencement, May 24, 1992. 1992 1 p. 
922/307 

William D. Mullins Memorial Center: A State of the Art Sports/ 
Multi-Purpose Arena. 1992 [unpaged] 922/308 

Arts Council 

The William Smith Clark Memorial. 1992 2 p. 923/385 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

College of Engineering 

Engineering News, vol. 5, no. 1, Summer 1992. 1992 15 p. 
923/386 

College of Food and Natural Resources _^ 

Forest Productivity Mapping of Massachusetts. By William P. 
MacConnell et al. 1991 45 p. Research Bulletin No. 735 
921/281 

Land-Use Update for Cape Cod with Area Statistics for 1971, 
1984 and 1990. By William P. MacConnell et al. 1991 51 p. 
Research Bulletin No. 737 921/282 

The Massachusetts Municipal Watershed Management Program: 
Forestry, Water Management, Watershed Protection. By Warren E. 
Archey 1991 47 p. Research Publication No. 736 921/283 

Cooperative Extension 

1992 Massachusetts Control Recommendation Guide for Insects, 
Diseases and Weeds of Shade Trees and Woody Ornaments (For commercial 
use only - in effect through June 30, 1993). 1992 124 p. 
923/387 

Agronomy Digest, vol. 12, 1992. 1992 7 p. 924/299 

Food Production Fact Sheets, n.d. [var. pag. ] 922/309 

Grounds Maintenance Fact Sheets, n.d. [var. pag.] 922/310 

Home-Based Business Fact Sheets, n.d. [var. pag.] 922/311 

Report to the Public, Spring 1992: Helping You Put Knowledge 
and Research to Work. 1992 4 p. 922/312 u/v\l/, X'_ ^5l^ f^-^s 

Department of Chemical Engineering 

Graduate Study in Chemical Engineering, n.d. 36 p. 921/284 

Department of History 

History Newsletter June 1990. 1990 [unpaged] 923/388 
History Newsletter June 1991. 1991 [unpaged] 923/389 
History Newsletter 1992. 1992 [unpaged] 923/390 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Department of Linguistics 

Graduate Program in Linguistics 1993-4. n.d. 27 p. 923/391 

Department of Plant & Soil Sciences 

Fruit Notes, vol. 57, no. 2, Spring Issue 1992. 1992 21 p. 
922/313 

Fruit Notes, vol. 57, no. 4, Fall Issue 1992. 1992 24 p. 
[Special IPM (Integrated Pest Management) Issue] 924/300 

Department of Political Science 

Graduate Study in Political Science, n.d. [unpaged] 921/285 

Division of Housing Services 

Residence Hall Manual 1992/3. n.d. 60 p. 923/392 
Financial Aid Services 

Financing Your College Education 1992/3. n.d. 13 p. 922/314 
Fine Arts Center HO ^ \ -i 

Annual Report FY89. n.d. 16 p. 921/286 

Annual Report FY90. n.d. 16 p. 921/287 

Annual Report FY91. n.d. [unpaged] 921/288 
Graduate School 

1992/3 Graduate School Bulletin. 1992 216 p. 923/393 

Graduate Student Handbook, November 1991. 1991 39 p. 
921/289 

Labor Relations and Research Center 

Annual Report FY Ending June 30, 1987. n.d. 23 p. 
[This report ceased.] 922/315 

Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Research (MISER) 
128 Thompson Hall, Amherst, MA 01003 

1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Tape File 1: 
Massachusetts. 1991 8 p. Report #91-13 923/394 

Detailed Occupation of the Civilian Labor Force by Sex, Race 
and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Equal 
Employment Opportunity (EEO) File. 1992 65 p. 923/395 

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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Massachusetts Institute 
for Social and Economic Research (MISER) . continued 

Massachusetts and County Data from Summary Tape File 3 of the 

1990 Census. 1992 [var. pag. ] [There is a 4 page summary for 
Massachusetts and each county.] 922/316 

Massachusetts Data from Summary Tape File 3 of the 1990 Census. 
1992 29 p. 922/317 

Reports from Summary Tape File 3 of the 1990 Census. 1992 
[var. pag.] [Includes reports 92-02 through 92-11. Includes 
reports on education, employment, housing, income and poverty. ] 
922/318 

Revised Projected Total Population and Age Distribution for 
1995 and 2000: Massachusetts Cities and Towns, Based on the 1990 
Census MARS Data. 1992 63 p. Program in Population Studies 
Report #1-92 922/319 

Molecular and Cellular Biology Program 

Graduate Program in Molecular & Cellular Biology, Supplement. 

1991 13 p. 924/301 

New Students Program 

What's Next? An Introductory Guide to Campus Life. 1992 20 p. 
922/320 

Office of Foreign Students and Scholars 

Information for Prospective Graduate Students from Other 
Countries. 1992 8 p. 924/302 

Office of Grants and Contract Administration 

Sponsored Activities FY89. n.d. 200 p. 922/321 

Sponsored Activities FY90. n.d. 565 p. 922/322 

Sponsored Activities FY91, Volume 1. n.d. 237 p. 922/323 

Sponsored Activities FY91, Volume II. n.d. 237 p. 922/324 

Sponsored Activities FY92, Volume I. 1992 317 p. 924/303 

Sponsored Activities FY92, Volume II. 1992 274 p. 924/304 

Office of the Chancellor 

♦♦♦Chancellor's Report. 1987 [unpaged] 923/396 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Office of the Chancellor, 
continued 

A Message to the Campus Community. By Richard D. O'Brien 1992 
4 p. 924/305 

Office of the Vice-chancellor for Student Affairs 

Undergraduate Rights & Responsibilities 1992 - 1993. 1992 99 p. 
923/397 

Publications Office 

The Wordsmith in Academe: Publications Editing for Colleges and 
Universities. By Kenneth H. Walker 1991 52 p. 921/290 

School of Education 

Alumni/ae Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1, Summer 1992. 1992 8 p. 
922/325 

***Equity & Excellence, vol. 25, nos. 2-4, Winter 1992. 1992 233 p. 
923/398 

Improving School Effectiveness. By Ralph W. Tyler n.d. [unpaged] 
924/306 U^ (V\ <^ .'^-'.-L,v^7 

School of Management 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 36 p. 922/326 

Annual Report 1991. n.d. 40 p. 922/327 

***The Common Wealth, vol. 6, no. 1, Spring 1992. 1992 16 p. 
922/328 

Ph.D in Business Administration, n.d. 12 p. 921/291 

Small Business Development Center 

Annual Report 1988. n.d. 8 p. 922/329 

Annual Report 1989. n.d. 7 p. 922/330 

Annual Report 1990. n.d. 12 p. 922/331 

Annual Report 1991. n.d. 10 p. 922/332 

***Start Thinking Export! By Jack S. Wolf and Jean B. Romeo 
n.d. 97 p. 922/333 >/3 . ^ O / • S 4 5^ '^ 



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University of Massachusetts at Amherst, continued 

Sport Management Program 

Undergraduate Program in Sport Management. n.d. 30 p. 
923/399 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

Seventieth Commencement, Class of 1992. 1992 [unpaged] 
923/400 

Telecommunications Network Services 

Faculty and Staff Telephone Directory 1991 - 1992. n.d. 248 p. 
922/334 

University Admissions Center 

Undergraduate Viewbook/Application 1993/4. n.d. [var. pag. ] 
923/401 

University Health Services 

Health Watch, vol. 15, no. 1, Fall 1991. 1991 6 p. 923/402 
Health Watch, vol. 15, no. 2, Spring 1992. 1992 6 p. 923/403 

Water Resources Research Center 

Annual Program Report 1991. By Paul J. Godfrey 1992 43 p. 
[Prepared for the U.S. Geological Survey] 922/335 

Effects of Land Uses and Hydrogeologic Characteristics on 
Nitrate and Sodium in Groundwater. By William J. Goetz et al. 
1991 94 p. Publication No. 162 921/292 Qfx^ 9i^r^\\^'^ 

Effects of Pond Chemistry on Two Syntopic Mole Salamanders, 
Ambystoma Jeffersonianum and A. Maculatum, in the Connecticut 
Valley of Massachusetts. By Scott D. Jackson and Curtice R. Griffin 
1991 41 p. Publication No. 163 921/293 

Impacts of Acid Deposition on Watersheds of the Quabbin Reservoir. 
By Richard Yuretich etal. 1992 229 p. Publication No. 166 
924/307 UA^K>^•-LA'^ 7 Ci-o^^-^i-^ 'nG^A.-^^^j 

Ozone and Acidic Precipitation Effects on Mycorrhizal Formation 
and Growth of Tree Seedlings. By William J. Manning et al. 1991 
41 p. Publication No. 164 921/294 

Production and Transport of Biogenic Volatiles from a Freshwater, 
Floating-Mat Bog. By Thomas P. Army and Harold F. Hemond 1990 
180 p. Publication No. 165 921/295 

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University of Massachusetts at Boston 

Boston, MA 02125 

Gerontology Institute 

***The Older Population in Massachusetts 1980 - 1990. 1992 28 p. 
[Copies are available from the Institute or by calling (617) 287-7300. 
924/308 lA<^\^b.30l a 

The Physician's Role in the Cost of Prescription Drugs. 
By Lillian Glickman et al. 1992 39 p. [In conjunction with 
the Program for Analysis of Clinical Strategies , Harvard Medical 
School] 921/296 (JMII^S.^-. pSC 

Relocation of Public Hospital Patients: Perceptions of Patient 
Representatives. By Amy Leventhal and Francis G. Caro 199^ 37 p. 
924/309 ^^ \oS. Q, : R ^=^ 

Mauricio Gaston Institute for Latino Community Development 
and Public Policy 

Latinos in Massachusetts and the 1990 U.S. Census: Growth 
and Geographical Distribution. By Ralph Rivera 1991 17 p. 
921/297 U^IZ^G^''^ L3i( 

What do Latino Children Need to Succeed in School? A Study of 
Four Boston Schools. By Antonia Darder and Carole Upshur 1992 48 p, 
921/298 (LyH/Dfi-^"- >aJ 5S 

Office of Student Information Services 
100 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 1: Undergraduate Catalog 1992-94. 1992 
294 p. 924/310 

Public Policy Ph.D Program 

***Catalog. 1991 12 p. 921/299 

Urban Harbors Institute 

Coastweeks '90. n.d. 31 p. 923/404 

5 fvN i T) 7. 3 ■. C fc 3 M ^ ^ 

Coastweeks '91. n.d. [unpaged] 923/405 

Coastweeks '92, vol. 1, no. 3. 1992 8 p. 923/406 

^v WN I -0 7. 3 ■■, ^ / 3 

William Monroe Trotter Institute 

Trotter Institute Review, vol. 5, no. 3, Fall 1991. 1991 21 p. 
921/300 



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University of Massachusetts at Boston, Willliam Monroe Trotter 
Institute , continued 

Trotter Institute Review, vol. 6, no. 1, Winter/Spring 1992. 
1992 23 p. 921/301 

***Trotter Review, vol. 6, no. 2, Fall 1992. 1992 31 p. 
[Race and Politics in America: A Special Issue] 924/311 

University of Massachusetts Lowell 

One University Avenue, Lowell, MA 01854 
Note: This university was formerly called the University of 
Lowell. 

College of Fine Arts 

The Effects of Proposition 2 1/2 on Music Education in the 
State of Massachusetts: 1980 - 1990. By Deborah H. Mitchell 
1991 31 p. 923/407 

University of Massachusetts Deurtmouth 

North Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Note: This University was formerly called Southeastern Massachu- 
setts University Building Authority 

Annual Report FY92. 1992 13 p. [Includes financial statement 
for FY92] 924/312 

University of Massachusetts Medical Center/Worcester 

55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, MA 01655 

Magazine, Vol. 14, Issue 3, Fall/Winter 1992. 1992 24 p. 
924/313 

Information and Public Services 

Annual Report 1991: Profile of Leadership, n.d. 32 p. 922/336 

Magazine, vol. 9, no. 1, Spring/Summer 1992. 1992 32 p. 
922/337 

***UMMC News in Review. 1989 [var. pag. ] 924/314 

Vi^tijih and witness Assistance Board 

30 Winter Street, 11th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Federal Victims of Crime Act Grant Program, FY91, Program 
Manual, n.d. [var. pag.] 923/408 



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victim and Witness Assistance Board, continued 

Federal Victims of Crime Act Grant Program, FY92, Program 
Manual. 1991 [var. pag. ] 923/409 

Federal Victims of Crime Act Grant Program FY93: Program 
Manual, n.d. [var. pag.] 922/338 ^^^ ;^, ^^ ■^ i r, . ^ 

Massachusetts Annual Victim Rights Week Conference: The 
Road to Victim Justice, A Legislative Agenda. 1992 [var. pag.] 
[Conference held at Gardner Auditorium of the State House on 
April 28, 1992] 922/339 3" i 7 , 3. . RS3 

Water Resources Authority 

100 First Avenue, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02125 

$471,780,000 General Revenue Bonds, 1992 Series B, Dated: Decem- 
ber 1, 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 924/315 

Algae Fact Sheet. n.d. 4 p. 922/340 

Annual Report 1991. n.d. 32 p. 921/302 

Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of Site Al for the MWRA's 
Combined Sewer Overflow Project in Cambridge and Somerville, 
Massachusetts (Includes maps). By Nancy S. Seasholes et al. 
1990 [var. pag.] [Submitted by: Office of Public Archaeology of 
Boston University] 921/303 

Boston Harbor Project Fact Sheets. 1991 12 p. [Includes 
information on: Fore River Staging Area, Nut Island, Project 
Summary, Treatment Technologies, Tunnels and Water Transportation] 
922/341 

Boston Harbor Project: Massachusetts Bay. n.d. 6 p. 
922/342 

Boston Harbor Project: Primary Plant, Winter 1992. 1992 4 p. 
922/343 

History of Boston Harbor, n.d. 5 p. 922/344 

History of Deer Island, n.d. 4 p. 922/345 

How We Operate One of the Oldest Sewer Systems in America. 
1990 1 p. 922/346 Vj Ps fi 1 . 3. .* H "^ 2> f ?> 

How We Plan to Clean the Dirtest Harbor in America. 1989 1 p. 
922/347 W Kf) I . ^ ', H "^ S 



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Water Resources Authority, continued 

Update: The Boston Harbor Project, April 1992. 1992 3 p. 
922/348 

Advisory Board 

11 Beacon Street, Suite 1010, Boston, MA 02108 

An Update of the MWRA's Capital Improvement Program and Budget. 
1992 15 p. 923/410 

Annual Rate Survey 1992. 1992 36 p. • 924/316 

Water Supply Update, May 1989. By Allen Adelman 1989 4 p. 
923/411 

Water Supply Update, June 1989. By Allen Adelman 1989 6 p. 
923/412 

Water Supply Update, August 1989. By Allen Adelman 1989 3 p. 
923/413 

Water Supply Update, January 1990. By Allen Adelman 1990 5 p. 
923/414 

Water and Sewer Update, September 1990. By Joseph L. Nargi 
1990 5 p. 923/415 

Water and Sewer Update, November 1990. By Joseph L. Nargi 
1990 4 p. 923/416 

Budget Department Finance and Development Division 

Current Expense Budget FY91. 1990 299 p. 921/304 

Pr^^am Management Unit 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. I, Issue 1, August 1988. 1988 8 p. 
923/417 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. II, Issue 1, February 1989. 1989 8 p. 
923/418 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. II Issue 2, August 1989. 1989 10 p. 
923/419 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. II, Issue 3, December 1989. 1989 10 p. 
923/420 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. Ill, Issue 1, Spring 1990. 1990 [var. 
pag.] 923/421 



115 



Water Resources Authority, Program Management Unit, continued 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. Ill, Issue 2, August 1990. 1990 [var. 
pag.] 923/422 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. Ill, Issue 3, November 1990. 1990 [var. 
pag.] 923/423 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. IV, Issue 1, February 1991. 1991 [var. 
pag.] 923/424 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. IV, Issue 2, May 1991. 1991 [var. pag.] 
923/425 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. IV, Issue 3, August 1991. 1991 [var. 
pag.] 923/426 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. IV, Issue 4, November 1991. 1991 [var. 
pag.] 923/427 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. V, Issue 1, February 1992. 1992 [var. 
pag.] 923/428 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. V, Issue 2, May 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/429 

Harbor Prospects, Vol. V, Issue 3, August 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 
923/430 

Residuals Management Team 

Note: The first issue was called Sludge Bulletin. 

Sludge Bulletin, vol. 1, Issue I, Winter 1990. 1990 3 p. 
922/349 

The Inside Scoop, vol. 1, no. 2, Spring 1990. 1990 5 p. 
922/350 

The Inside Scoop, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring 1991. 1991 6 p. 
922/351 

The Inside Scoop, vol. 2, no. 2, Summer 1991. 1991 6 p. 
922/352 

The Inside Scoop, vol. 2, no. 3, Fall 1991. 1991 4 p. 
922/353 

The Inside Scoop, vol. 3, no. 1, Spring 1992. 1992 6 p. 
922/354 



116 



Water Resources Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Draft Implementation Strategy for the Water Conservation 
Standards. By Mike Gildesgame 1992 2 p. 924/317 

£. f^ g^ 1 A '• DT^ 

Water Conservation Standards for the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. 1992 20 p. [Copies are available from the 
agency at the above address.] 924/318 n 

Water Resources Planning Task Force 

Efficient Use of the Commonwealth's Water Resources (Draft). 
1992 18 p. 922/355 

Westfield State College 

Westfield, MA 01086 

Five- Year Plan, Executive Summary, n.d. 8 p. 923/431 

Women's Health Division 

150 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Guidelines and Standards for the Certification of Batterers' 
Treatment Programs. 1991 18 p. 924/319 ^^^ , ,f\<xH 

Domestic Violence Service 

Identifying and Treating Battered Adult and Adolescent Women 
and Their Children: A Guide for Health Care Providers. By Emily 
Schifrin and Candace Waldron 1992 [var. pag. ] [Supported by a 
grant from the Federal Centers for Disease Control to the Harvard 
Injury Control Center. Copies are available by calling (617) 727- 
7222.] 924/320 H S 3 ^. / a. a ; 3^ ci '^ 

Hoods Hole, Hartha's Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority 

P.O. Box 284, Woods Hole, MA 02543 

Annual Report 1991. 1992 16 p. 922/356 

Worcester State College 

486 Chandler Street, Worcester, MA 01602-2597 

Academic Year 1988-89 Catalog of Undergraduate and Graduate 
Studies, n.d. 259 p. 923/432 

Academic Year 1989-90 Catalog of Undergraduate and Graduate 
Studies. n.d. 257 p. 923/433 



117 



Worcester State College, continued 

Academic Year 1990-91 Catalog of Undergraduate and Graduate 
Studies. n.d. 269 p. 923/434 

Academic Year 1991-92 Catalog of Undergraduate and Graduate 
Studies. n.d. 265 p. 923/435 

Academic Year 1992-93 Catalog of Undergraduate and Graduate 
Studies. n.d. 237 p. 923/436 

Five-Year Plan 198 3 - 1988, Executive Summary, n.d. 4 p. 
923/437 

Center for the Study of Constitutional Government 

The Future of Public Higher Education in Massachusetts. 1975 
49 p. 923/438 

Workers' Compensation Advisory Council 

100 Cambridge Street, 11th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY91. 1992 [var. pag.] 923/439 



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INDEX 



TOPIC PAGE 



abuse (children) 29,70 

abuse (disabled) 51 

abuse (editing of reports) 51 

abuse (elder) 2 

abuse (sexual) 31 

abuse (substance) 29,30 

abuse (substance - directory) 8 

acid rain 111 

Acts and Resolves (listing) 95 

ADA (American with Disabilities - 81 

Act — MBTA) 

ADA (Americans with Disabilities 81 

Act - commuter rail) 

ADA (Americans with Disabilities 81 

Act - MBTA) 

adolescents (centers) 29 

adolescents (directory 25 

- violence prevention) 

adoption (profiles) 30 

adoption services (children) 28 

AFDC (Aid to Families with 25 

Dependent Children) 

Affirmative Action, State 102 

Office of (report) 

aging (state plan) 65 

agronomy (newsletter) 107 

AIDS 78 

AIDS (curriculum) 7 

AIDS (directory) 24 

AIDS (pediatric) 28 

Aiken Street Bridge 77 

air quality (report) 51 

alcohol 72 

algae 114 

American Disabilities 1 

Act (comparison - state) 

Appellate Tax Board (report) 1 

arbitrators (agreement) 23 

archaeological resources 75 

(Massachusetts ) 

archaeology (Massachusetts) 75 

arena (report) 13 

arena (study) 13 

Art Commission (report) 1 

art (museum) 86 

arts (guide - in Spanish) 13 

assessments (ratios) 27 

Atherton Bridge 77 

atlas (rare wildlife) 86 

Attorney General (newsletter) 2,3 



119 



Attorney General (newsletter 3 

- urban issues) 
Auditor, Department of the State 32-47 

(audits) 
Auditor, Department of (report) 32 

Auditor, Department of the 32,47 

State (newsletter) 
Auditor, Department of the 32 

State (report) 
autism (Leominster, MA) 6 

automobiles (lemon index) 64 



ballot questions 62 

ballot questions 91 

(interpretative bulletin) 

banks (cooperative) 51 

banks (credit unions) 51 

banks (savinqs) 51 

banks (trust companies) 52 

Bardwell's Ferry Bridqe 76 

Bartlett's Bridqe 77 

basins (safe yields) 20 

battered children 117 

battered women 117 

batteries (lead acid) 59 

Bay State Bridqe 77 

beaches (manaqement) 11 

beano (directory) 102 

bed and breakfast (quide) 96 

behavioral risk factors 7 

Berkshire County (children) 87 

Berkshire Reqional Transit 3 

Authority ( report ) 

Berkshire SDA 19 

bioloqy (qraduate education) 109 

Birminqham, Senator Thomas F. 69 

(education proposal) 

birth defects 7 

births (statistics) 7 

bivalve molluscs 57 

Blackinton Bridqe 77 

Blackstone River 61 

Blossom Street Bridqe 77 

Blue Cross 57 

Blue Shield 57 

boqs (freshwater) 111 

bonds (Boston University) 73 

bonds (Community Colleqes) 73 

bonds (Consolidated Loan) 49 

bonds (educational facility) 73 

bonds (qeneral obliqation) 48,49 

bonds (qeneral revenue) 114 



120 



bonds (health facilities) 73,74 

bonds (McLean Hospital) 73 

bonds (MMWEC) 85 

bonds (MWRA) 114 

bonds (New England Deaconess 73 

Hospital) 

bonds (New England Medical 74 

Center Hospitals) 

bonds (Northeastern University) 73 

bonds (power supply) 85 

bonds (refunding) 48,49 

bonds (revenue) 73,74,78,85,101 

bonds (revenue refunding) 73,74 

bonds (Series A) 48,49,73 

bonds (Series A & B) 48,49 

bonds (Series B) 48 

bonds (Series B & C) 49 

bonds (Series C) 73 

bonds (Series D) 48,73,74 

bonds (Series D, E, and F) 85 

bonds (Series E) 73 

bonds (Series F) 74 

bonds (Series M) 73 

bonds (South Shore Hospital) 74 

bonds (special obligation 48 

revenue ) 

bonds (State College Building 101 

Authority) 

bonds (Stonehill College) 73 

bonds (Turnpike Authority) 78 

bonds (turnpike improvement 105 

revenue ) 

Bookstore, State (catalog) 101 

Boston 89 

Boston Harbor 114,115,116 

Boston Harbor (fact sheets) 114 

Boston Harbor (PCBs) 57 

Boston (map) 105 

Boston PMSA (primary 18 

metropolitan statistical area) 

Boston (port) 83 

Boston SDA 20 

Boston (transportation planning) 5 

Braintree Hospital 74 

Brewster, MA 60 

Brighton District Court 53 

(renovations) 

Bristol SDA 20 

Brockton PMSA (primary metropolitan 18 

statistical area) 

Brockton SDA 20 

budget (1983 U.S.A.) 92 



121 



budget (AFDC) 



25 



budget (capital planning) 

budget (children) 

budget (House 1) 

budget (MBTA) 

budget (museum) 

budget (MWRA) 

Building Authority, State 

College (report) 
building regulations 

(newsletter) 
buildings (Ward Commission 

report ) 
Bulger, William M. (court 

brief - confidentiality) 
burn injuries 
business (home-based) 
business (minority) 
business (programs) 
business, small (report) 
Butler Bridge 
Buzzards Bay 
Buzzards Bay (report) 
Cambridge , MA 
Campaign and Political Finance, 

Office of (advisory opinion 

index ) 
Campaign and Political Finance, 

Office of (advisory opinions) 
Campaign and Political Finance, 

Office of (interpretative 

bulletin) 
campus harassment (UMASS Amherst) 
cancer (statistics) 
cancer (Upper Cape) 
Cape Cod (cancer study) 
Cape Cod (land use) 
Cape Cod Regional 

Transit Authority (report) 
careers (resource center) 
Carlin, James F. (receiver 

- Chelsea) 
catalog (State Bookstore) 
catalog (UMASS) 
catalog (university) 
catalogs (colleges) 
Cellucci, Argeo Paul 

(domestic violence remarks) 
Cellucci, Argeo Paul 

(remarks - U.S. House 

Committee) 



63 

88 

70 

80 

86 

115 

101 

.99,100 

69 

103 

96 

107 

63 

78 

110 

77 

9,10 

9 

114 

89 

89,90,91 
91 



110 

7 

24 

24 

107 

10 

19 
98 

101 

111 

108,112 

6,67,80,86,99,100,112,117,118 

95 



95 



122 



Cellucci, Argeo Paul 95 

(testimony on H5367) 
census (1990 - EEO) 108 

census (data) 109 

census (Latinos) 112 

census (Massachusetts) 108 

central artery 25,26,75 

central artery 25 

(newsletter) 
Challenge Fund 104 

CHAP (Comprehensive Homeless 66 

Assistance Plan) 
CHAP 2 (Comprehensive 66 

Homeless Assistance Plan 
Chapter 1 (report) 59 

Chapter 2 IE 9 

Chapter 30, Section 63 98 

Chapter 66A 98 

Chapter 71A 7 

Chapter 188 3,6,62 

Chapter 766 60 

charities (guide) 2 

Charles River 61,84 

Charles River Crossing 75 

(Central Artery-Third Harbor 

Tunnel) 
Chelsea District Courthouse 53 

Chelsea, MA (receiver's . 98 

report ) 
Chelsea, MA (schools) 15 

cherry sheets (conference) 106 

cherry sheets (manual) 27 

child abuse 28,66 

child abuse (statistics) 29 

child support (enforcement) 27 

child support enforcement 27 

(manual) 
child welfare 88 

children 
children 
children (adoption 28 

services 
children 
children 
children 
children 
children 
children 
children 
children 

service) 
children (foster care) 28 



abuse) 29 

adopted) 30 



autism) 6 

battered) 117 

Berkshire County) 87 

budget) 88 

collaboration) 15 

drug-exposed) 29 

emergencies) 55 

evaluation of 87,88 



123 



children 
children 



children (Franklin County) 
children (guardianships) 
children (health care 

- newsletter) 

children (health insurance) 

children (homeless - education) 

children (Latino) 

children (maltreatment) 

(monitoring - services) 
(planning programs 

- early childhood) 
children (policies) 
children (programs for 3 

and 4 year olds) 
children (purchase of service) 
chi Idr en ( report ) 
children ("report card") 
children (services) 
children (services - Region I) 
children (sexually abused) 
children (special needs) 
children (SSI) 

Children's Trust Fund (report) 
CHINS (Haverhill, MA) 
cities and towns (data) 
cities (designer selection 

procedures ) 
civil disorders (report) 
civil service (examination 

booklet) 
Clark Street Bridge 

Clean Air Act (conference materials) 
clients (mental health) 
clinics (listing) 
Coastal Massachusetts (PCBs) 
Coastweeks 
Coleman Bridge 
collective bargaining 

(higher education) 
college (art) 
colleges (campus data) 

(catalogs) 

(community) 

(community - future) 

(editing) 

( future ) 



colleges 
colleges 
colleges 
colleges 
colleges 



colleges (long-range plan) 

colleges (state) 
colleges (state - future) 
colleges (tuition) 
colleges (tuition policy) 



87 
30 

54 

22 
88 

112 
29,31 
87 
6 

87 
6 

88 
88 
88 
60 
88 
31 
60 
88 
10 
30 
89 
50 

11 
23 

76 

65 

22 

24 

57 

112 

77 

5 

82 
5 

6,67,80,86,99,111,112,117,118 

3,5,6,10,12,78,80,83,85,87,98, 

12 

110 

12 

6,10,67,78,82,83,87,98,99,105, 

118 
6,67,86,99,117,118 
12 
5 
5 



124 



Columbus Quincentennial (calendar) 10,11,105 

Columbus Quincentennial (kit) 11 

Columbus Quincentennial (program) ii 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts 63 

Employees Campaign) 

commencement (graduate 106 

- UMASS Amherst) 

commencement (UMASS Amherst) 106 

commercial paper 49 

Commission on the Future of the State 12 

and Community College Systems 

committees (General Court) 67 

commuter rail 80 

component pricing (catalogue) 58 

composting (agricultural) 21 

Comptroller, Office of (report) 93,94 

confidentiality (court brief) 103 

conflict of interest 101 

(elected officials) 

Connecticut Valley 111 

(pond chemistry) 

conservation (restrictions) 54 

construction cases (appealed) 51 

consultants (letter from 94 

the Inspector General) 

contracts (blanket) 23 

contracts (minorities) 52 

contracts (social services) 65 

contracts (women owned businesses) 52 

Convention Center Authority 13 

(financial & audit report) 

Convention Center (report) 13 

cooperative banks (report) 51 

Cooperative Extension Service 107 

(UMASS Amherst - report) 

Coopers & Lybrand (stadium report) 64 

Corporations Division (report) 13 

corporations (foreign - taxes) 26 

corporations (taxes) 26 

Correctional Industries (business 13 

plan) 

correctional institutions 14 

( commitments ) 

correctional institutions 14 

(furlough program) 

correctional institutions 14 

(population) 

correctional institutions 14 

(population movements) 

correctional institutions 15 

(report) 

correctional institutions 15 

(residents) 



125 



correctional institutions 14,15 

(statistics) 

Corrections, Department of 15 

(publications) 

counties (finances) 27 

counties (records management) 95 

courts (commitments) 14 

courts (future) 103 

courts (legislative review) 103,104 

courts (racial bias - report) 103 

courts (rules) 103 

credit cards (report) • 52 

credit unions (report) 52 

crime (hate) 12,14 

crime (statistics) 12,14 

crimes (victims) 114 

Criminal Justice Training Council 14 

(course schedule) 

criminal law (handbook) 14 

curriculum (assessment - grade 12) 62 

curriculum (HIV-AIDS) 7 

day care (immunization survey) 54 

deaths (statistics) 7 

Deer Island 114 

defense (spending) 18 

deferred compensation 49 

deferred compensation (newsletter) 49 

delinquency (juvenile) 93 

demographics (maltreated children) 29 

demographics (social services) 28,29,32 

Designer Selection Board (list) 50 

Development Bank (legal brief) 70 

Developmental Disabilities Council 50 

( report ) 

Developmental Disabilities Council 51 

(state plan) 

directive (Department of Revenue) 26 

directory (UMASS Amherst) 111 

disabled (abuse) 51 

disabled (access) 96 

disabled (bibliography) 50 

disabled (legal rights) 103 

Discrimination, Commission Against 11 

( report ) 

disease (chronic - newsletter) 54 

disease prevention (newsletter) 58 

disposal sites (list) 9 

domestic violence 2 

Dorchester District Court 53 

(renovations) 

Dover, MA 94 

dropout rates (schools) 16 



126 



drug use (child abuse) 
drugs 

drugs (children - exposed) 
drugs (cost) 
drugs (grant progams) 
drugs (newsletter) 
drugs (prescription) 
drunk drivers 
Duck Bridge 

Durfee High School (court 
renovations ) 



30 

72 

29 

112 

12 

56 

112 

8 

77 

53 



East Boston District Courthouse 

economy (film & video production) 

economy (fishing) 

economy ( Massachusetts ) 

economy (Massport) 

economy (newsletter) 

editing (colleges - universities) 



education 
education 
education 
education 
education 



- UMASS Amherst) 



education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 



adult) 

alcohol) 

assessment - grade 12) 

assessment program) 

athletic department 



basic skills) 

bilingual) 

biology) 

budget ) 

business administration) 

campus plan) 

Chelsea) 

chemical engineering) 

class schedules) 

Commissioner's plan) 

Commissioner's report) 

community ) 

computer newsletter) 

course schedules) 

deaf) 

drugs ) 

early) 

effectiveness ) 

engineering) 

enrollment) 

environmental ) 

family involvement) 

foreign students) 

foundations) 

global) 

graduation plans) 



53 

67 

1 

17,18,27,71 

83 

18 

110 

6 

14,72 

62 

62 

68 

3 

7 

109 

5 

110 

4 

92 

107 

93 

16,17 

17 

92 

62 

93 

15 

14,72 

59 

110 

107 

4 

67 

92 

109 

92 

3 

16 



127 



education (grants) 16 

education (guides) 95 

education (health - UMASS Amherst) 111 

education (higher) 118 

education (higher - collective 5 

bargaining) 

education (higher - master plan) 4 

education (higher - plan) 4 

education (history) 107 

education (homeless) 88 

education (information) 16 

education (integration) • 60 

education (labor relations report 108 

- UMASS Amherst) 

education (Latinos) 112 

education (legislative proposals) 16 

education (linguistics) 108 

education (magazine) 79,110 

education (materials from Ethics 101 

Commission) 

education (minorities) 7 

education (music) 113 

education (neuroscience) 106 

education (newsletter - UMASS 110 

Amherst) 

education (nutrition) 8 

education (P.E. Department - UMASS 68 

Amherst) 

education (per pupil expenditures) 93 

education (political science) 108 

education (proposal - reform) 68 

education (proposal - Senator Thomas 69 

F. Birmingham) 

education (public policy) 112 

education (reform) 3 

education (school choice) 65 

education (social studies) 15 

education (special) 8,60 

education (special - appeals) 8 

education (sport management) 111 

education (technical) 93 

education (technology newsletter) 92 

education (telecommunications) 82 

education (television) 92 

education (testing) 3 

education (tobacco) 14 

education (tours) 95 

education (urban) 92 

education (vocational) 58 

EEO census (equal employment 108 

opportunity) 

eggs (producers) 21 



128 



elderly (newsletter) 2 

elders (abuse) 2 

elected officials (conflict of 101 

interest) 

electric power (needs) 85 

Elm Bank 94 

Emergency Management Agency 82 

(newsletter) 

employees (public - performance) 63 

employees (retirement) 50 

employees (sick leave) 63 

employees (training programs) 23 

employees, retired (newsletter) 73 

employment (plan) 55 

employment (programs) 17 

employment (trends) 18 

EMS (emergency medical services) 25 

endangered species (newsletter) 86 

energy (assistance) 64 

energy (conservation) 65 

Energy Facilities Siting Council 62,63 

(decision and orders) 

energy (plan) 63,64 

energy (state plan) 63 

engineering (chemical - education) 107 

engineering (education) 107 

enrollment (community colleges) 5 

enrollment (public universities) 5 

enrollment (state colleges) 5 

enterprise program (minorities) 63 

environment (enforcement manual) 2 

environment (site surveys) 102 

Essex Merrimac Bridge 76 

Ethics Commission (advisory 101 

- political activity) 

Ethics Commission (financial 102 

interests statement) 

Ethics Commission (list of materials) 101 

Ethics Commission (newsletter) 101 

Ethics Commission (report) 101 

Ethics Commission (rulings) 102 

expenditures (handbook) 94 

exports (report) 110 



facilities (state - guide) 84 

faculty workloads (UMASS Amherst) 69 

Fair Information Practices Act 98 

fairs (agricultural) 55 

Fall River, MA 53 

Fall River, MA (state forest) 20 



129 



Fall River PMSA (primary metropolitan 18 

statistical area) 

families (single mother) 79 

family support 88 

federal-state relations (report) 92 

film (economic survey) 67 

financial report (Massachusetts) 93,94 

Fine Arts Center (UMASS Amherst) 108 

fire departments (municipalities) 79 

fires (data - Suffolk County) 96 

fires (report) 96 

Fisheries and Wildlife, Division of "56 

(magazine) 

Fisheries and Wildlife, Division of 55 

( report ) 

fisheries (program) 83 

fishing (economic impact) 1 

fishing (licenses) 55 

Fitchburg-Leominster MSA 18 

(metropolitan statistical area) 

fitness 72 

Fitzsimmons, B. Joseph 102 

Food and Agriculture, Department of 21 

(newsletter) 

food (newsletter) 56 

food production (fact sheets) 107 

food services (schools) 8 

forestland (GEIR) 56 

forestland (management) 56 

forestry 107 

Forests and Parks, Division of 56 

(report) 

forests (productivity mapping) 107 

foster care 28 

foster care (training materials) 87 

Framingham, MA 80 

Franklin County (children) 87 

Franklin-Hampshire SDA 19 

fraud (newsletter) 3 

Freetown, MA (state forest) 20 

French King Bridge 76 

fruits (newsletter) 108 

fundraising (charitable) 2 

fundraising (guide) 2 

furlough program 14 

(correctional institutions) 



GEIR (generic environmental 
impact report — see also: 
forestland) 

gender equality (report) 



56 



103 



130 



General Court (committees) 67 

gifts (Massachusetts) 22 

GIS (geographic information 1 

systems ) 

Governor (budget) 70,71 

Governor (jobs creation address) 71 

Governor (letter on 94 

the Turnpike Authority) 

Governor (pardon guidelines) 71 

Governor (Pride in 71 

Performance speech) 

Governor ( speech at MIT) 71 

Governor (speech - Clean Air Act) 65 

Governor (speech - 71 

Republican Convention) 

Governor (State of the 71 

State address) 

Governor (testimony - economy) 71 

Governor (testimony - 71 

Republican Platform Committee) 

Governor Weld (economic 71 

growth plan) 

grand jury (Attorney 2 

General's statement) 

grants and contracts (UMASS Amherst) 109 

greenhouses 8 

grounds maintenance (fact sheets) 107 

groundwater (pollution) 111 



Hadley, MA 1 

HAER (Historic American 76,77 

Engineering Record) 

Hampden County Memorial Bridge 77 

Hampden SDA 19 

Hanscom Air Force Base 83 

Harbor Area Day Care 30 

Harwich, MA 60 

hate crimes 12,14 

Haverhill, MA 30 

hazardous materials 9 

hazardous sites (list) 9,21 

hazardous waste 9 

Health and Educational 74 

Facilities Authority (newsletter) 

Health and Educational 74 

Facilities Authority (report) 

health (children) 22 

health (community) 97 

health (ethnic groups) 8 

health (leukemia) 25 

health (mental) 30 



131 



health (minorities) 8 

health (racial groups) 8 

health (reports) 24 

health care (prisons) 70 

health coverage (retirees) 73 

health insurance 73 

Healthy Kids Program 22 

(RFP - request for proposal) 

Highway Improvement Act of 1991 48 

( bonds ) 

highway safety (plan) 72 

highways (privatization) "75 

historic places 75 

history (education - newsletter) 107 

HIV 7,78 

HIV (directory) 24 

HMO Blue Seniors (directory) 73 

HMO Blue/East (directory) 73 

holidays (legal) 23 

home improvement (scams) 2 

home improvements (elders) 65 

home mortgages (report) 52 

home-based business 107 

homeless (children) 88 

homeless (plan) 66 

homeless (report) 66 

Hoosic River, water (quality) 60 

hospital care (report) 68 

hospitals (listings) 24 

hospitals (patients) 112 

hospitals (workers) 22 

HospPAC (Hospital Payment System 98 

Advisory Commission) 

House of Representatives 68 

(legislative action) 

Housing Finance Agency (newsletter) 78 

Housing Finance Agency (report) 78 

housing (resources) 63 

housing (state plan) 63 

housing (tenant assistance programs) 78 

human services (guide) 66 

human services (services) 66 

hunting (licenses) 55 



income (single mothers) 79 

income (statistics - Massachusetts) 27 

Industrial Finance Agency (newsletter) 78 

Industrial Finance Agency (programs) 78 

industries (staffing patterns) 19 

information technology (procurement) 7 



132 



Inspector General (letter on the 94 

Turnpike Authority) 

Inspector General, Office of (report) 94 

insurance (automobile) 57 

insurance (buy-out) 73 

insurance (disability) 73 

insurance (health) 73 

insurance (health - pediatric) 22 

insurance (health rates) 57 

insurance (health - retirees) 73 

insurance (life) 73 

insurance (newsletter) 73 

insurance (retirees) 73 

insurance (state employees) 73 

insurance (unemployment) 17,18 

Intermodal Surface Transportation Act 5 

(U.S.) 

investment banking services 105 

(Turnpike Authority) 

investments (legal) 52 

Ipswich River 84 



job guide 19,20 

Job Training Partnership Act (plan) 54 

judges (enhancement programs) 104 

judges (survey) 79 

judiciary (state of) 104 

juveniles (delinquents) 93 

juveniles (offenders) 93 



Kingsbury Bridge Project 



77 



Labor Relations Commission (report) 79 

labor shortage (hospitals) 22 

laboratories (listing) 24 

Lake Lashaway 61 

Land Bank, Government (newsletter) 70 

land use 1 

land use (Cape Cod) 107 

landfills 59,84 

Latinos (census) 112 

law (criminal - handbook) 14 

law enforcement (newsletter) 2,12 

lawns (fact sheets) 107 

Lawrence Judicial Complex (study) 53 

Lawrence, MA 27 

Lawrence-Haverhill PMSA (primary 18 

metropolitan statistical area) 

lawyers (specialization) 103 



133 



leachate analysis 84 

lead acid (batteries) 59 

lead paint 78 

lead poisoning 2,58 

Legal Assistance Corporation (report) 79 

legal investments 52 

legal system (guide) 1,2 

legislative agents (list) 97 

legislative agents (report) 98 

legislative agents (salaries) 97 

legislators (listing) 11 

legislature (committee list) 67 

legislature (technical studies) 68 

lemon index (automobiles) 64 

Leominster, MA 36 

leukemia (study - Plymouth) 25 

Liacos, Paul J. report) 104 

libel guidelines 21 

(environmental police) 

libraries (literacy - handbook) 4 

libraries (plan) 4 

libraries (preservation) 4 

libraries (projects) 4 

libraries (public - report) 68 

libraries (report) 68 

libraries (statistics) 3,4 

Library Commissioners, Board of 3 

( report ) 

licenses (fishing) 55 

licenses (hunting) 55 

licenses (sporting) 55 

licenses (trapping) 55 

Lieutenant Governor Cellucci 95 

(remarks on domestic violence) 

Lieutenant Governor Cellucci 95 

(remarks - U.S. House Committee) 

Lieutenant Governor (testimony 95 

on H5367) 

lifestyle characteristics 7 

linguistics (education) 108 

literacy (libraries - handbook) 4 

lobbyists (financial statistics) 97 

lobbyists (report) 98 

lobbyists (salaries) 997 

lobster 57 

lobsters (statistics) 57 

lobsters (trap sampling) 57 

Local Affairs, Committee on (report) 67 

Logan Airport 83 

long term care (facilities) 24 

lottery (report) 69,102 



134 



Lowell PMSA (primary metropolitan 18 

statistical area) 

Lower Merrimack Valley SDA 19 

Lucretia Crocker Teachers 16 



Management, School of (UMASS Amherst) 110 

management (training materials) 6 

managers (guide) 71 

managers (pay proposal) 63 

map (T) 81 

maps (wildlife) -55,56 

Marine Fisheries, Division of 57 

(newsletter) 

Marine Fisheries, Division of 57 

( report ) 

Marion Street Bridge 77 

Maritime Academy (fisheries program) 83 

Maritime Academy (report) 83 

Marlborough, MA 80 

Marshfield, MA 84 

Mass Bays Program 82 

Massachusetts Bay 114 

Massachusetts (economy) 18 

Massachusetts (employment trends) 18 

Massachusetts (sourcebook) 12 

Matfield River 61 

MBTA (budget) 80 

MBTA (letter from the 94 

Inspector General) 

MBTA (safety guide) 82 

MBTA — see also 81 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation 

Authority 

MDC facilities (guide) 84 

medex rates 57 

medicaid (estate liens) 69 

Medical Center (UMASS) 113 

Medical Center, University 113 

of Massachusetts (magazine) 

Medical Center/Worcester, 113 

University of Massachusetts (report) 

Medicine, Board of Registration 64 

in (Task Force Report) 

mental health (legal committee) 103 

mental health (needs assessment) 30 

mental health (RFP) 22 

mental retardation 94 

(Inspector General review) 

Merrimac Bridge 76 

Merrimack Valley Planning Commission 83,84 

(transportation plan) 



135 



Metro North SDA 20 

Metro South-West SDA 20 

Metro-Boston (health project) 22 

Milford, MA 80 

Milton, MA 84 

Minimum Wage, Division of (report) 58 

minorities (enterprise programs) 63 

Minority & Business Assistance, 102 

State Office of (directory) 

MIT Lincoln Laboratories 83 

MMARS 94 

MMWEC (report) -85 

mortgages, home (report) 52 

mortgages ( scams ) 2 

mosquitoes (repellants) 24 

motor vehicles (repair plates) 95 

motorists (towing) 94 

Mullins Center (UMASS Amherst) 106 

multi-candidate committees (listing) 91 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 85 

(report) 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 85 

see also: MMWEC 

municipalities (fire and police) 79 

municipalities (records) 95 

museum (art) 86 

museum (budget) 86 

music (education) 113 

MWRA (bonds) 114 

MWRA (water rates) 115 



Natty Pond Brook 60 

New Bedford MSA (metropolitan 18 

statistical area) 

New Bedford-Cape Cod-Islands SDA 20 

New Bedford-Fairhaven Middle Bridge 76 

New England Sinai Hospital 74 

NIBRS (National Incident Based 12 

Reporting System) 

Norfolk County 20 

Norfolk County (revenue) 27 

North Chester Village Bridge 76 

North River 84 

North Village Bridge 76 

Northern Middlesex Council 87 

of Governments (report) 

Northern Middlesex SDA 19 

Northern Worcester SDA 19 

nurseries 8 

nursing (report) 70 

nursing homes (guide) 57 



136 



nutrition (education) 8 

nutrition (newsletter) 8 



occupations (job guide) 19 

occupations (staffing patterns) 19 

Ocean Sanctuaries Act 11 

Old Colony (directory) 97 

Old Colony Planning Council 96 

(newsletter) 

Old Colony Planning Council 96 

(report) 

Old Colony Railroad 80,81 

Older Americans Act (state plan) 65 

Otter River 60 



PAC'S 91 

pardon guidelines (Governor) 71 

parents (teens) 31 

Parole Board (newsletter) 97 

Parole Board (report) 97 

patients (hospitals) 112 

PCBs 57 

P.D. #1 98 

Peabody, MA 84 

Peddock's Island 84,85 

personnel ("overhaul") 71 

pesticides (guidebook) 22 

pesticides (procedures) 22 

philanthropy (report) 70 

Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant 25 

Pine Street Inn (audit) 25 

Pittsfield MSA (metropolitan 18 

statistical area) 

plants (newsletter) 108 

Plymouth, MA 25 

police academies (rules) 14 

police (campus) 12 

police (conference report) 2 

police departments (municipalities) 79 

police (environmental) 21 

pollutants (Massachusetts Bays) 82 

Ponakin Bridge 77 

ponds (chemistry) 111 

population (older) 112 

population (state data) 109 

Powow River Bridge 76 

pregnancy (birth defects) 7 

pregnancy (teenage) 104 

preservation (libraries) 4 

preservation (newsletter) 75 



137 



pricing (component - catalogue) 58 

Pride in Performance Awards 23 

prisons (health care) 70 

privatization (highway department) 75 

privatization (transportation) 66 

privatization (turnpike) 105 

probation (juvenile) 93 

procurement (information technology) 7 

Project DARE (Drug Abuse 14 

Resistance Education) 

Project Wild 56 

property (historic) 75 

property (state - surplus) 23 

proposition 2 1/2 113 

public employees (performance) 63 

Public Law 97-300 54 

Public Law 98-524 58 

public policy (catalog) 112 

public policy (journal) 79 

public policy (magazine) 79 

publications (state) 102 



Quabbin Reservoir 61,111 

Quincy Junior College 5 

Quincy, MA 84 



Radiation Protection, Advisory 98 

Council on (report) 

radioactive waste 80 

Radioactive Waste Management 79,80 

Board, Low-Level (newsletter) 

radioactive waste (newsletter) 79,80 

radioactive waste (plan) 80 

radioactive waste (report) 79 

radioactive waste (survey) 80 

railroads (newsletter) 81 

real property (Massachusetts) 54 

recidivism 15 

records management 95 

records management (state agencies) 95 

recycling 59 

recycling (cities and towns) 47 

recycling (directory) 59 

redistricting (Congressional) 68 

Rehabilitation Commission (report) 99 

repair plates 95 

resource center (careers) 19 

Retirement Administration, Public 94 

Employee (letter from Inspector 

General ) 



138 



retirement (employees) 

retirement (teachers) 

retirement (trust) 

revenue ( compar i sons ) 

Revenue, Department of (report) 

revenue (directive) 

revenue (Massachusetts) 

revenue (non-tax) 

ribavirin 

"Right-to-Know Law" list 

Robin Peeler (report on death of) 

Rollstone Bridge 

Roosevelt, Representative Mark 

(education proposal) 
Roxbury District Court (renovations) 
Rule 3.10 



58 . 

50 

50 

69 

26 

26 

69 

94 

58 

24 

70 

76 

68 

53 
103 



Sail Boston 

Salem Harbor (PCBs) 

Salem-Gloucester PMSA (primary 

metropolitan statistical area) 
savings banks (report) 
Schell Memorial Bridge 
school choice 
School of Management, UMASS Amherst 

(newsletter) 



schools 
schools 
schools 
schools 
schools 
schools 
schools 
schools 
schools 



Boston) 

Chelsea) 

construction) 

directory) 

dropout rates) 

facilities) 

food services) 

graduation requirements) 

Holyoke , Lawrence , 



Brockton, and Chelsea) 
schools (improvements) 
schools (rank - integrated cost) 
schools (smoking) 
schools (superintendents) 
securities (tax exempt) 
septic systems 
sewage 
sewers 

sewers (overflow project) 
sexual abuse 
sexual abuse (children) 
Shelburne Falls Bridge 
sick leave 
Site Al (MWRA) 
skiing (guide) 



11 
57 
18 

51 
77 
65 
110 

92 

15,92 

3 

15,16 

16 

3 

8 

16 

16 

92 

93 

88 

92 

49 

1 

82 

114 

84,114 

31 

31 

76 

63 

114 

96 



139 



sludge 82 

sludge (newsletter) 116 

small cities (programs) 64 

smoking (schools) 88 

social services (bibliography) 29 

social services (demographics) 28,29,32 

social services (population) 28 

social services (statistics) 30,31 

social studies (education) 15 

social workers (caseload) 69 

SOMBA (directory) 102 

Somerville, MA 114 

South Africa (purchasing policy) 23 

South Boston District Court 53 

(renovations) 

South Coastal SDA 20 

Southborough , MA 84 

Southern Essex SDA 19 

Southern Worcester SDA 19 

Southwest Corridor 84 

(transportation plan) 

Spencer District Court (renovations) 53 

spending (defense) 17 

sport management (education) 111 

sporting (licenses) 55 

sports (complex) 64 

sports (literature) 72 
sports (women) . 72 

Spring Street Bridge 76 

Springfield MSA (metropolitan 18 

statistical area) 

SSI (supplemental security 88 

income - children) 

stadium (domed) 64 

state agencies (records management) 95 

State Bookstore (catalog) 101 

State College Building Authority 101 

( report ) 

State of the State Address (Governor) 71 

state property (disposition of) 94 

state publications 102 

state services (guide) 11 

State Treasurer, Department of 49 

(newsletter) 

statistics (births) 7 

statistics (child abuse) 29 

statistics (correctional 14 

institutions) 

statistics (crime) 14 

statistics (deaths) 7 

statistics (income - Massachusetts) 27 

statistics (Massachusetts) 98 



140 



statistics (social services) 
Steamship Authority (report) 
Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Act 

( report ) 
Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

( commencement ) 
streams (reaeration coefficients) 
students (assessment - grade 12) 
students (campus life - UMASS) 
students (deaf) 
students (financial aid) 
students (foreign) 

students (graduate - UMASS Amherst) 
students (graduation plans) 
students (handbook - UMASS Amherst) 
students (integrated cost) 
students (integration) 
students (per pupil expenditures) 
students (residence - UMASS) 
students (rights - UMASS) 
students (university) 
Suasco River 
substance abuse 
substance abuse (directory) 
substance list 

Suffolk County (data - fires) 
surplus property (state) 



30,31 

117 

66 

111 

60 

62 

109 

15 

108 

109 

108 

16 

108 

93 

60 

93 

108 

110 

106 

21 

29 

8 

24 

96 

23 



T (map) 81 

taxes (estate - medicaid) 69 

taxes (excise) 26 

taxes (foreign corporations) 26 

taxes (guide) 28 

taxes (local) 69 

taxes (Massachusetts forms) 28 

taxes (Massachusetts guide) 28 

taxes (master plan) 70 

taxes (property) 69 

taxes (review commissions) 70 

taxpayers (newsletter) 27,28 

teachers (awards) 59 

teachers (fellowships) 59 

teachers (Lucretia Crocker Fellows) 16 

teachers (retirement) 50 

teen parents 31 

telecommunications (report) 82 

telephone directory (Commonwealth) 93 

television (access) 13 

television (advisory opinion) 12 

television (education) 92 

television (regulations) 13 



141 



tenants (assistance) 78 

third harbor tunnel 25,26,75 

third harbor tunnel (newsletter) 25 

Thrift Fund (newsletter) 104 

Thrift Fund (report) 104 

toilet (waterless) 61 

Tolland, MA (state forest) 20 

tours (guide) 95 

towing (contracts) 94 

towns (designer selection procedures) 50 

traffic (Boston) 10 

traffic (data) 9 

training (plan) 54,55 

training (programs) 17 

transportation (Boston - planning) 5 

transportation building (management 92 

of) 

transportation (consultant's report) 66 

transportation (contracts) 68 

transportation (management) 68 

transportation (newsletter) 81 

transportation (planning - Boston) 5 

transportation (privatization) 66 

transportation (program) 5 

transportation (rail) 80,81 

transportation (Southwest Corridor) 84 

trapping (licenses) 55 

travel (audit) 67 

travel (brochure) 96 

travel (fall events) 96 

travel (guide) 96 

travel (winter guide) 96 

Treasurer, Department of the 49 

State (newsletter) 

tree seedlings (acid rain) 111 

tree seedlings (ozone effects) 111 

trees (shade) 107 

Trial Court (report) 105 

Trotter Institute (newsletter) 112,113 

trust companies (report) 52 

tuition (colleges, universities) 5 

Turnpike Authority (bonds) 78,105 

Turnpike Authority (letter 94 

by the Inspector General) 

Turnpike Authority (report) 105 

Turnpike Authority (RFP) 105 

turnpike (improvement) 105 

turnpike (operations report) 105 

turnpike (privatization) 105 

turnpike (reconstruction) 105 

Tuttle Bridge 77 



142 



UMASS (magazine) 106 

UMASS Medical Center (magazine) 113 

UMASS (President's report) 106 

UMASS Amherst (Chancellor's 109 

report ) 

UMASS Amherst (parents' program) 106 

unemployment insurance 17 

universities (campus data) 5 

universities (editing) 110 

universities (state) 106 

universities (tuition policy) 5 

university (Building Authority 113 

report) 

university (commencement) 106 

university (graduate school) 108 

university (students) 106 

urban issues (Attorney General's 3 

newsletter) 



vegetation plan 21 

victim rights 114 

victims (crime) 113,114 

violence (domestic) 2,14,29 

violence (family) 30 

violence prevention (directory) 25 

voting (ballot questions) 62 



wage reporting system (report) 28 

Ward Commisssion 69 

Warner Trail 20 

waste (radioactive) 80 

waste (radioactive - newsletter) 79 

waste (radioactive - report) 79 

wastewater 60 

wastewater (discharge) 60 

water (capital improvements) 115 

water (conservation) 117 

water pollution (bibliography) 61 

water (quality) 61,84 

water (quality - directory) 62 

water (rates) 115 

water (resources) 117 

Water Resources Authority (budget) 115 

Water Resources Authority (report) 114 

water resources (program report 111 

- UMASS Amherst) 

water (supply) 115 

water table (mapping) 60 

water (wells) 61 

watersheds 111 



143 



watersheds (protection) 1 

weatherization (plan) 63,64 

welfare (Massachusetts) 66 

wells (public supply) 61 

West Roxbury District Courthouse 53 

( renovations ) 

Weston Road Bridge 77 

wetlands 60 

WIC (women, infants & children) 25 

wildlife areas (maps) 55,56 

wildlife (atlas) 86 

William Smith Clark Memorial 106 

(UMASS Amherst) 

winter flounder 57 

women (battered) 117 

Worcester (court facility) 53 

Worcester, MA 80 

Worcester MSA (metropolitan 18 

statistical area) 

workers' compensation 22 

Workers' Compensation Advisory 118 

Council (report) 

workers' compensation (report) 22 

workforce (training programs) 23 

Woronoco Bridge 77 



youth (commitments to the Department) 50 
youth (detention) 50 

youth (troubled) 50 



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Serials Received in 1992 



The following is a list of serials issued more frequently than on 
a quarterly basis and received by the State Library in 1992. These 
documents do not appear on the state document microfilm but are 
listed here for informational purposes. All of these serials are 
available for viewing at the State Library and are available through 
interlibrary loan. Subscriptions or single issues can usually be 
obtained upon request to the issuing agency. Agency addresses can be 
found in the preceding pages or in the Citizens Guide to State Serv- 
ices, available at the State Bookstore; room 116,^^ State House, Bos- 
ton, MA 02133, (617) 727-2834; Springfield Office (413) 733-7876. 



Agency 

Attorney General's 
Office 

Board of Education 



Board of Library 
Commissioners 



Board of Public 
Accountancy 

Bureau of State Office 
Buildings 

Coastal Zone Management 

Department of Education 



Department of Employment 
and Training 



Department of Mental 
Health 

Department of Mental 
Retardation 



Title 
Opinions 



Minutes of the 
Regular Meeting 

Minutes of the 
Special Meeting 

Minutes of the 

BLC Meetings 
Notes 

Minutes of the 
Meeting 

State House Tenant 
Newsletter 

Coast Lines 

Massachusetts 
Education Today 

Employment Review 

Local Area 
Unemployment 
Statistics 



Frequency 
irregular 

irregular 
irregular 

irregular 
irregular 
irregular 

irregular 

irregular 

10 nos^ per year 

monthly 
monthly 



Facility Reports monthly 



Admission, monthly 

Readmission & 
Transfer Reports 



145 



Department of Public 
Health 



Department of Public 
Welfare 



Department of Revenue 



Administrative irregular 

Update 
AIDS Newsletter monthly 
Spotlight on bimonthly 

Prevention 

Facts & Figures monthly 

Report 
Monthly Issuances monthly 

City & Town monthly 

DOR Directive irregular 
DORways irregular 

Informational irregular 

Guideline Release 
Letter Rulings irregular 
Massachusetts monthly 

Economic Indicators 
Report of monthly 

Collections & 

Refunds 
Report of Tax monthly 

Collections 
Technical irregular 

Information Release 



District Court 
Department 

Division of 
Administrative 
Law Appeals 

Division of Fisheries 
& Wildlife 

Division of Marine 
Fisheries 

Exec. Off. for Admin, 
and Finance 

Exec. Off. of Comm. & 
Development 



Exec. Off. of Enviro. 
Affairs, MEPA Unit 



Bulletin 



Decisions 



News 



News 



Administrative 
Bulletin 

Land Use Manager 

Intergovermenta 1 

Review Monitor 

Environmental 
Monitor 



irregular 
irregular 

weekly 

bimonthly 

irregular 



irregular 
monthly 



biweekly 



146 



Governor 



Executive Orders 
News Releases 



irregular 
irregular 



Health & Educational 
Facilities Authority 

Higher Ed. Coordinating 
Council 

Industrial Services 
Program 

Maritime Academy Alumni 
Assoc . 

Mass. Bay Transportation 
Authority 



Mass. Municipal 
Wholesale Electric Co. 
(MMWEC) 

Mass. Port Authority 



Office of Management 
Information Systems 



Office of the 
Commissioner of Banks 



HEFA Focus on 
Higher Education 

Minutes 



Target from the, 



Bulletin 



Board of Directors 

Open Meeting 

Agenda 
Monthly Mgmt. 

Report 
T Activities 
Report 

Current 



New England 
Portfolio 

Customer Info. 

Bulletin 
Technical 

Education Bulletin 
Streamliine 
Technical 

Information 

Bulletin 

Activity Report 
Administrative 

Bulletin 
Decisions 
Mortgage Info . , 

Boston Region 

Central Region 

Southeastern 
Region 

Western Region 



monthly except 
Jan. & Oct. 

irregular 



irregular 
irregular 
irregular 

monthly 

biweekly 

monthly 

irregular 

irregular 

monthly 

monthly 
irregular 



monthly 
irregular 

monthly 

weekly 

irregular 

irregular 

irregular 



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Off. of the State 
Secretary 



Off. of Travel & 
Tourism 



Central Register weekly 

Goods and Services weekly 

Bulletin 

Massachusetts bi-weekly 

Register 

Spirit Messenger irregular 



Rehabilitation 
Comm. Library 

State Lottery 
Commission 



Bits and Pieces 



Lottery Lines 



bi-monthly 



bi-monthly 



Supreme Judicial Court 
Racial & Ethnic Bias 
in the Courts 



Bulletin 



bi-monthly 



Turnpike Authority 



ULowell, Institute 
for the Study of 
Business Markets 



Callahan-Sumner monthly 

Tunnels Mo. Report 
Mass. Turnpike Mo. monthly 

Report 

PMAB Report on monthly 
Regional Business 
Conditions 



UMass Amherst, Board 
of Trustees 



Minutes 



irregular 



UMass Amherst, Faculty 
Senate 



UMass Amherst, Water 
Resources Research 
Center 



Agenda 

Documents 

Minutes 

Newsletter 



irregular 
irregular 
irregular 

monthly 



UMass Boston, Public 
Info. Office 



News & Views 



irregular 



Water Resources 
Advisory Board 



Water Resources 
Commission 



Summary of MWRA 
Bd . Directors 
Meeting 

Rate Relief 

Water Resources 



irregular 



irregular 
monthly 



Minutes of meeting irregular 
held on. . . 



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